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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by SONYNUT View Post
    10 miles up hill both ways i suppose ;-p
    HAHA!! Yea right... Just like 3 blocks, but its harder in a foot of snow.

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    The great thing about where I live is that here in the valley my grass almost needs mowed already - green a week ago. But within a half an hour drive up the mountain - I can be skiing in some great new snow. Love it.........
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    I've never been in falling snow. Shrugs.
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    Anyone have some snow flake shots at night illuminated with their flash? Those can be very cool. We never had a night snow here this year to get nice shots of this.
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    Red face Flakey Shot

    Quote Originally Posted by Spookonthe8ball View Post
    Anyone have some snow flake shots at night illuminated with their flash? Those can be very cool. We never had a night snow here this year to get nice shots of this.
    Spook
    I popped only one flash shot, "Spook", to see what it might give ... but, as you alluded to, it was far too bright out, at that time of day, to have much effect. It had mostly quit by the time the sun went down. Like they say, "Timing is everything."

    Here:

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    Although you can tell it is really coming down by how fuzzy and unclear the background trees are presenting.

    Milwaukee wound up with 10 inches ... we got around 6-9 in the area.
    Last edited by DonSchap; 03-22-2008 at 08:15 AM.
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    Don, even with daylight the flash singled out those flakes that were just about to land on your roof. Good contrast effect.
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    Oh ... but they looked a heck of a lot more intense in person. Oh well ...
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    night time and lens on macro is what you need to get them up close falling

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    I knew their was a reason why I moved from Indiana to Arizona. Here's a pic of
    me and dog, you can almost tell by her tongue it getting warm.(89 deg today)
    Now where did I put that sun tan lotion? LOL
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    Awww cute dog!! Well now that the snow has stopped, we have to wait two weeks for it to completely dry up and continue to jump over those nasty puddles that are everywhere.

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