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January 20, 2009 in Photography | 1 comment
When it got down near zero (Fahrenheit) a few days ago, the ice formations on the windows were too delicate and interesting to resist shooting. Click on the shot above for a look through the whole series.
Tags: ice, Photography, window, winter
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