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February 10, 2014 - 17 went

February Virtual Photo Meetup: TOPIC: POLAR as in ICE, SNOW & COLD

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  • A former member

    Bird on a limb. Taken 02/09, SS 1/160, A F8 Northville

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  • Mary K.

    The snow looks nice outlining the trees against the blue background of the sky and the little bit of orange of the robin is like the hope of spring on the way.

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  • A former member

    Thanks Mary. You have a good eye. Amazing that the birds survive winter.

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  • Susan Voisin T.

    Love to see the birds in the winter. This is lovely.

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  • Lynette C

    The tree without leaves is a sign of Winter and the robin is a sign of Spring and I think they go together well. The direction of the branches lead me to the bird, but I would have liked to see him on a different branch with more open sky. I am sure it would have been a waiting game. I would like to see more detail in the snow. Where in Northville did you take this shot?

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  • A former member

    Thanks for the good feedback Lynette. It was at the edge of a stream behind Parmenter's Cider Mill. I was standing in nearly knee deep snow and I didn't think I could moved quickly enough to frame the robin or bring better focus. As you know, birds don't always hang around long, unless they're at a feeder.

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