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Llithfaen (snow winter agriculture architecture ). Photo by Cowgazer
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Saturday January 19, 2013



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5. Cowgazer
8:11 PM GMT on January 25, 2013
Thanks for your comments everyone
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4. richteas
9:57 PM GMT on January 21, 2013
Knowing just how hard the winds had to be to plaster the snow to the front of that building,
Only A Mom From Minnesota could say she loves this...LOL
(from a former Wisconsinite, so I know...)
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3. Hotzenwaelder
7:27 AM GMT on January 20, 2013
A beautiful and interesting series. I was a bit surprised about the amount of snow that you got in your area.
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2. minnesotamom
4:44 AM GMT on January 20, 2013
I love everything about this photograph!
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1. katy99780
4:28 AM GMT on January 20, 2013
Wow, looks like Siberia!
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About Cowgazer


I am Peter, brought up in the center of Manchester, UK. But was a square peg in a round hole there, worked 33 years as stockman in dairy farming then made redundant. Luckily got a job managing a garden nursery for a couple of years, but had to leave as tenancy came to an end. Couldn't find work so relocated to Wales and am now a self-employed gardener, great move, good things come out of hard times. Digital tech has made photography affordable to me and I love it, compliments my walking and Birdwatching. At present on a steep learning curve, new things are always good, stretch your mind and keep you sane-ish.

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