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Snow Photograph - Snow Covered Trees by Kathleen Struckle

Snow Covered Trees is a photograph by Kathleen Struckle which was uploaded on January 29th, 2011.

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Very nice shot....make me a little chilly!

Thank you Lynette

Very nice! Glad that's history for this year (we hope!)! v

thank you. we did not have this much at all this winter. Few years old.

Like the light snow on the branches and the heavy snow on the tree. Lovely image!

thank you Carla

High place finisher in White in Nature contest. thank yu for the votes.

Beautiful fairyland of frozen branches, works quite well in B&W. Voted

Thank you Cheri.

High finisher in B&W winter scene contest. Thank you for the votes.

Thank you again Amy.

Great snow covered tree here:))

high finisher in First Signs Of Winter Contest. Thank you for the votes.

High finisher in all things cold contest. Thank you for the votes.

Thank you Al for the feature in Winter snow and Frost group.

Thank you again John. I shot in off my deck.

Overcast? A normal cold winter day? This is the worst lighting to work with; yet this is a great capture with many lvels of artistic values. Very well done!

Thank you Ginger. I still prefer the sunshine.

Even though we're all cold and covered with snow, you and your camera can still find the most wonderful and beautiful scenes.

Thank you Jill. We are getting it now. I want sun.

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