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Christmas Hike

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    Some pics from a hike on Christmas day in Huntsville, Ontario
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    Great shots, #1 by far is the best.

    If you get a chance to shoot these again, I would try a long exposure on #2, making the water more glass like.
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    I like the set asnow.
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    Thanks AT and Marko. Here are a couple of more.
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    What a lovely walk. I can really feel the chill and crispness.

    The 3rd shot is my favourite with the path through the snow.
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    Real nice set.
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    Thanks guys. It was an enjoyable walk. Not too cold, probably about -4C, considering Muskoka can get down to -30C or below in the winter.

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