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Gabor Retei on December 27, 2008

Jim

Looks like your snow is to stay. Makes very nice pictures!

Cheers, Gabe

jeff_msn123 on December 28, 2008

Very beautiful landscape.

Does people allow to fire wood in the house?

Jeff/ Hong Kong

AnnaJolanta 1 on December 28, 2008

Very, very nice view!!!

Giorgio Sari on December 29, 2008

Jim characteristic country ciao,Giorgio

digitaaal on December 29, 2008
Der SIGGY on December 29, 2008

Save walls, a warm fire in the room, a glas of Uisge Baugh; winter can come now! =)

D.R.Lamont on December 29, 2008

Great stuff Jim! Hope you are keeping warm over there.

Ale Argento on December 30, 2008

HAPPY NEW YEAR JIM AND FAMILY GREETINGS..!! Ale(:D)

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on December 30, 2008

Greetings every one, this view of the country-side near my home is located in the beautiful ESK VALLEY. Like so many of the the famous dales and vales in Yorkshire they were created by the grinding action of glacial activity over thousands of years. Farming and careful management over a similar period of time has produced fertile, well drained land!!

Thanks for stopping by and for all your warm wishes.

Gabe

Steve

Lina

Jeff

Anna**

Paul

Giorgio

Pista

Siggy

Don

john6668

Ale'

My sincere and warmest wishes to every one ;>)

Jim

Steve Paxton on December 30, 2008

nice area Jim but i have decided to hold off with that beer when i see all this white. a real look of England. steve

Westernfocus on December 30, 2008

Jim some new shots for youHGSD3 just left you a comment.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on December 30, 2008

Hiya Lina, My wish for you is for happiness and good health for New Year, and new hope for the future ;>))

Jim

Sigurtor Holm on December 31, 2008

Beautiful shot. May 2009 bring you and your family Good Fortune and great photos.

Happy New Year from Iceland Gleðilegt nýtt ár frá Íslandi

Sig Holm

gezginruh on December 31, 2008

Very nice shot! HAPPY NEW YEAR! Greetings.GGR.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 1, 2009

I wish you all a great NEW YEAR.

Sig

gezginruh

Billy

Thanks for stopping by.

Jim

MaryKnapp on January 1, 2009

I came by to see what lovely new photos you've posted, Jim and to get a little fix of snow.

This image is both simple and complex. I love it.

Happy New Year, dear Jim, and plentiful oceanfaring for you.

Warm greetings from Miami, Mary

someGuyinmasset on January 1, 2009

Great shot Jim, how you making out over there? Guy.

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on January 2, 2009

Hi Mary and Guy, I'm glad that you both dropped in.

To be honest, all the snow melted away before Christmas. It never lays for long these days, not like the winters of my youth some 60 years ago. We could be certain of having sufficient snow for at least a couple of weeks sledging, and the town was frequently isolated, often for days on end, due to massive snow drifts. The kids of today will be lucky to see this phenomena in their lifetime. The change in our weather patterns has altered dramatically, much more unpredictable, much more volatile and the accelerating pace of change is very worrying. I'm not a doomsday merchant but only speak as I find !! Try to think positively ;>}}

Best wishes to you both.----------------Jim

Zabb Csaba on January 2, 2009

Beautiful landscape.

Kind regards from Hungary, Csaba

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Paula K on January 2, 2009

Happy New year Jim!!

Paula

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  • Uploaded on December 27, 2008
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    by Jim Evans (AXOTA)
    • Camera: NIKON E8700
    • Taken on 2008/11/23 13:53:05
    • Exposure: 0.004s
    • Focal Length: 67.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.900
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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