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dwood

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Sebago Lake spring thaw
« on: April 05, 2009, 10:22:56 PM »

When this lake begins to shed its winter ice, it's a sign of good things to come for those of us living in Maine. Well, at least those of us who prefer summer over winter.







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Sebago Lake spring thaw
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2009, 01:33:42 AM »

In this part of the world I don't see ice or snow so that location looks amazing. Some here know that I love exploring abstracts, and those strips of ice, water and the clouds look to me like amazing material for the exploration of abstract images. Wish I was a bit closer!

Thanks for sharing,
Julie
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« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2009, 10:12:32 AM »

Quote from: jule
In this part of the world I don't see ice or snow so that location looks amazing. Some here know that I love exploring abstracts, and those strips of ice, water and the clouds look to me like amazing material for the exploration of abstract images. Wish I was a bit closer!

Thanks for sharing,
Julie

Ice and snow looks interesting unless you have to live with it for 5 months out of the year Julie. Then, it begins to get a bit old  . I'd love to visit your corner of the world. Some day, perhaps.
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