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    Default January afternoon by the CT river

    It's grey, drizzly and foggy here today - a good day for river views. Here's what I found. Thanks for looking and comments are always welcome. Have a great week!

    Near CT River in Glastonbury, 01-12-12

    A river code?
    Near CT River in Glastonbury, 01-12-12

    Not today, thank you.
    Near CT River in Glastonbury, 01-12-12

    Near CT River in Glastonbury, 01-12-12
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    Very nice set - who says that the sun is necessary! So tranquil and quiet. thanks for sharing.
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    Great set. I like the 1st and 3rd the best. It motivates me not to blame dull light, and get out there and shoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minicooper View Post
    Very nice set - who says that the sun is necessary! So tranquil and quiet. thanks for sharing.
    Quote Originally Posted by ZafarSami View Post
    Great set. I like the 1st and 3rd the best. It motivates me not to blame dull light, and get out there and shoot.
    Thanks so much for looking and commenting.
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    Phil you just proved that there is no such thing as "nothing to shoot". You did a great job using the greyness and the fog to create atmosphere and contrast. No.2 is stunning, and it is a great set overall. TFS!
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    Peaceful meets abstract, especially in the first which I particular like Phil, an excellent series

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    Great series neighbor..the reflections really play tricks with your mind, and all well captured
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    Very well done. Love the series but #2 is a winner for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anniehun View Post
    Phil you just proved that there is no such thing as "nothing to shoot". You did a great job using the greyness and the fog to create atmosphere and contrast. No.2 is stunning, and it is a great set overall. TFS!
    Quote Originally Posted by beachcomber View Post
    Peaceful meets abstract, especially in the first which I particular like Phil, an excellent series

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    Quote Originally Posted by autofocus View Post
    Great series neighbor..the reflections really play tricks with your mind, and all well captured
    Quote Originally Posted by klickzbysri View Post
    Very well done. Love the series but #2 is a winner for me.
    Thank you all very much for your encouraging comments - wasn't sure if these would appeal or not but thought I had something worthwhile.
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    Phil,

    Nice job here I really like all of these! Way to turn a dreary day in to something really interesting.
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