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Hi Sury;

Those two are beautiful and very nicely composed; lots of interesting features included with great colours. : )

Hi Henry;

Your snow shots from the city's daily life and of authentic historical architecture are showing that life just goes on steadily as it slowly snows and covers everything. :) You take the pulse shots of the city.

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From a few years back. Some ice and snow. :)
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Beautiful, Sig. :)

Just what December looks and feels like; a little frost creates a magical look.

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Little bit more snow.
Some shot from Christmas on the Red River.
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Stuck on the road..
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Love 'em, Valery! :D
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All lovely and nostalgic-looking subjects...
But there's something about the snow-covered trucks and the flimsy / fleeting powdery snow flowing in the wind in the last shot; the old model, rusty-coloured trucks make this scene almost melancholic ..

Thanks for sharing, ValeryD.

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aster wrote:.

All lovely and nostalgic-looking subjects...
But there's something about the snow-covered trucks and the flimsy / fleeting powdery snow flowing in the wind in the last shot; the old model, rusty-coloured trucks make this scene almost melancholic ..

Thanks for sharing, ValeryD.

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Thank you! I hope only last picture drive you to a nostalgy direction. :)
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ValeryD wrote:...
Thank you! I hope only last picture drive you to a nostalgy direction. :)


Yes, you could easily say that I'm more strongly drawn to the scene in last photo.. :) If only the more modern buildings in the background had not been there, the photo scene would have been a perfect nostalgia refering to a certain period; very early fifties, 20th century.

Thanks for sharing, ValeryD. : )

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OK!
More positive and life-affirming images

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Hi ValeryD;

Very beautiful scenes and very life-affirming indeed. :D That dog of yours is definitely a vivid life insurer ! He looks very warm too, with all the fur.

Delightful. : )

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The dog in the snow is great!

At the Sapporo airport in February during a snow storm. They were deicing planes, including the one we were to fly on, as I watched.

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Very nice!
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Hi Henry and good to know you flew and were safe. :)
To watch and to trust that the defrosting was good enough for a safe flight is hard to believe when one knows that one's going to be on one of those planes, Henry. :D

Nicely documented..

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Something from Bavaria:

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springm wrote:Something from Bavaria:

Love the ornaments and the "fluffiness" of the snow on the tree limbs. :)
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