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    Default First Freeze

    Rained all day the day before, followed by freezing cold temps overnight. Resulted in nicely frozen water drops that started to thaw the next morning.



    Updated for large one, medium size doesn't do it justice.
    Last edited by ColoradoSkier; 11-09-2009 at 02:18 PM.

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    Default Re: First Freeze

    Great capture and lighting!

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    Default Re: First Freeze

    Thanks. Another shot from that morning:


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    Both are nice, but No 1, WOW!
    If people don't occasionally walk away from you shaking their heads,
    you're doing something wrong." óJohn Gierach



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Flinchbaugh View Post
    Both are nice, but No 1, WOW!
    Just lucked out when I turned after shooting the 2nd one and saw that staring at me. The lighting is actually the morning sky to the east, before the sun came up over my roof.

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    Great shots! I don't know how I missed these!!!
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    Default Re: First Freeze

    The first one is my pick, too. I like the diagonal aspect of the lighting/composition.

    Very creative!

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    I agree - no. 1 is it.
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