Snowy Fingers.... (cold+snap snow winter architecture trees ). Photo by JasonMac78
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Snowy Fingers....

Uploaded by: JasonMac78

Saturday December 19, 2009

Abingdon, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: ... on a stand of pines in my backyard. Woke up to about ten inches of snow, this morning. Trying to dig out, may get more snow, today. Can't drive out to find any landscape vista shots, so I'll make do with the neighborhood, for now....

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1. pstrychf
6:31 PM GMT on December 20, 2009
Natures own idea of a "frosted" christmas tree. Love it!
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