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Lone Cone by KeldBach Lone Cone by KeldBach
Snowdrifts in my backyard. Also see:





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Nice blues and sparkles! So good to have something to focus your attention on (the cone).
Great shot, well seen.
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:iconkeldbach:
Thanks very much :)
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You're welcome :)
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CecilyAndreuArtwork Dec 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Enjoy your fresh snow of the season, Keld? :giggle:
We're finally having our fair share of snow too!
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Well, I don't exactly enjoy it Cecily, but I'm slowly getting used to it. It looks beautiful from inside, but the whole country almost came to a halt last week. Trains and busses stopped running and thousands of people were stuck for many hours in their cars, but now the military is helping out to clear the main roads, so I guess things are slowly getting back to normal :)
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CecilyAndreuArtwork Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Sorry to hear about the disruption caused by snow in Denmark. Our backyard power line caught fire, being rubbed by a snow-bent branch, and it exploded right in front of my eyes. It was quite a drama to watch the firemen come and go, and observe the tree cutting crew and electricians working into to the night to restore power. Time like this makes one realize being entirely under the mercy of electricity. :)
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Wow, that really sounds dramatic. Glad you got it fixed in the end. Yes, without electricity we would still be living in the Stone Age, I suppose :)
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