Cold, Stark April (cold+snap snow Spring sky trees ). Photo by MikePic
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Cold, Stark April

Uploaded by: MikePic

Wednesday April 17, 2013

Thornton, CO (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I guess we are finally getting our winter. At the R.M. Arsenal Wildlife Refuge.

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1. ColoradoKat
1:57 PM GMT on April 18, 2013
I love the simple beauty of this shot, Mike!
I can't believe you went out in that weather!
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MikePic

At various times in my life I have been a student, husband, soldier, public school teacher, contractor,house painter, traveler, husband, grandfather... and observer. Photography has been the common thread throughout.

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