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    A touch of the white stuff.

    Well closer to a blob of the white stuff.


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    Nice !

    Good exposure, often tricky with snow (and other white things like swans wings), and a very good composition IMHO.

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    Sry for thread hijacking but its kinda pointless to make a new one

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