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    Super Moderator Kayaker72's Avatar
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    Nice shot Pat. After Tuesday, will the Great Lakes be Ice Skating rings? Stay warm.

    There was a nice sunset over Lake Coeur D'Alene. In particular, I liked the clouds.....


    small-0891 by kayaker72, on Flickr

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    Cool

    Hey all,

    Its been some time since I last posted, what with residency and a new baby (first baby). Seems like everyone's skills continued to get better while I was gone. Like meeting back up with golf buddies and you have a new handicap. At any rate, I have a new subject at all times in the house, who will let me do fun shoots. At least I'll have something to blackmail him with later.


    Conquerer by johnstondox, on Flickr

    5D III with 24-70 2.8L @ 70mm 1/160" f13 ISO-100. Two off camera flashes (slightly behind subject left and right) unmodified 1/16 power vivitar 185 HV. Second image is of a tri-wick candle smoke in same place as baby but stitched in post.

    Good to be back,

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    Awesome Dave! Glad to see you back

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    Dave

    Cool pic and congrats on the little guy!

    Here is a picture I took at Parker National Wildlife Refuge looking for Snowy Owls. I found some, but too far out to get a good picture.


    small-1683 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    A few taken at Lake Massabessic just east of Manchester, NH.


    small-1696 by kayaker72, on Flickr


    small-1702 by kayaker72, on Flickr


    small-1711 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing....Brant

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    Yesterday I went back to Garwin Falls in New Hampshire.

    This is what it looked like in October:


    small-8135 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    And here are a few photos from yesterday:


    small-1713 by kayaker72, on Flickr





    small-1737 by kayaker72, on Flickr


    small-1755 by kayaker72, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing,
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    I haven't posted much and don't think any of these photos are destined for awards for anything, but have felt cooped up in the house and wanted to photograph something... anything... so I took these from around the house. The winter's been brutal in the midwestern USA.

    No 1 My wife's grandmother painted this


    2014_02_01_5766_LR_upd_8x10_2 by dthrog00, on Flickr

    No 2 Abstract


    2014_02_01_5760_LR_upd_2 by dthrog00, on Flickr

    No 3 Wall Clock


    2014_02_01_5755_LR_upd_5x5 by dthrog00, on Flickr

    Thanks for viewing.
    Dave

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    One from yesterday :


    Spending a night in the Swiss Alps by Tounis_9, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tounis View Post
    One from yesterday :


    Spending a night in the Swiss Alps by Tounis_9, on Flickr
    Looks like a great place to spend the night.

    Just curious... how much longer does winter last there? That is, when does the snow start receding instead of accumulating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conropl View Post
    Looks like a great place to spend the night.

    Just curious... how much longer does winter last there? That is, when does the snow start receding instead of accumulating.

    Pat
    It really depends on a lot of factors. At the altitude where I took the picture (around 1100m over the sea level), you won't see snow on the ground during the whole Winter. For example, there wasn't any snow in the second week of January, with temperatures around 12-15 C (around 55-60 F I believe), but such temperatures are unusual at this time of the year. At 2000m and above, snow is permanent between late November and April.

    Most of the time, the first snowfall that last for more than one or two days come in late November /early December, and the Snow start receding around mid March. We usually don't have much snow after March.
    Then, there are some exceptional years like 2013 when we had frequent snowfalls around 1500-2000m until late May. This picture was taken on the 28th of June last year, around 2000m, and there was still a lot of snow left, as you can see. 1999 was another special year, with around 4 to 5 meters of snow coming in 3 days. Going outside was so dangerous because of the avalanches that many schools had to close for several days. Being unpredictable is one of the main characteristic of Winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tounis View Post
    One from yesterday :


    Spending a night in the Swiss Alps by Tounis_9, on Flickr
    Beautiful Pierre!

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