Sunset by The Red River, (snow sunrise+sunset Spring bridges from+the+sky trees ). Photo by Glaswegian
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Sunset by The Red River,

Uploaded by: Glaswegian

Thursday April 11, 2013

WINNIPEG, Canada

Caption: by the old Bergen Bridge

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8. Glaswegian
10:39 AM GMT on April 14, 2013
We're hoping for the river to break through soon, phantom72; then we will (I hope) be on the way to real spring weather!
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7. phantom72
11:40 PM GMT on April 13, 2013
Beautiful sky & capture. Hope you see spring soon.
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6. Glaswegian
7:53 PM GMT on April 13, 2013
Thanks Diti! We are still looking forward to some spring weather; I'd think the ice on the river will break within a few days!
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5. Glaswegian
7:51 PM GMT on April 13, 2013
Thank! Elaine! It looks like the temperatures will continue below normal for at least the next week, though getting to above freezing as highs most days!
Bill
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4. line
1:32 PM GMT on April 11, 2013
wow...beautiful shot!!
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3. Biskitten
1:16 PM GMT on April 11, 2013
A winter/spring beauty!
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2. Glaswegian
3:13 AM GMT on April 11, 2013
Yes Kat. the ice just refuses to break!
The refraction is caused(I think) by pointing the camera lens toward the setting sun(I wouldn't try it when the sun is high). I am just going on to your page of images now.
Bill
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1. ColoradoKat
2:40 AM GMT on April 11, 2013
Oh, I like this one, Bill! Still have lots of
ice, don't you? They tell me Spring is here,
but I have my doubts! :-) Beautiful shot, and
yes, I see the red arcs again. Must be light refraction...because of the cold air or what,
I don't know. Should have paid more attention
in school, I guess! :-)
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