Stage Fort Park

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Comments (10)

not1word on February 22, 2009

Looks a bit cool out. I'll come back when things warm up a bit, ok?

Bits-n-Pieces on February 22, 2009

wuss! especially for someone from SLC!

It actually was a gorgeous 60 degree degree day. Which made it a pain to try to walk through. The snow was deep water-filled slush. Went to the beach afterwards!

not1word on February 22, 2009

Well, there you go. I hate slogging through soggy snow. It's got to be waaaaaaaaay down there in the cold zone before I'll come out of my cave.

Norrel on February 22, 2009

I've got no problem with walking through soggy snow, since I wear wooden clogs. You should wear them as well.

diannemcd on February 23, 2009

Lovely photo B-n-P lovely blue sky and snow on the ground,looks a lovely spot - how far from your home is this?? D

Bits-n-Pieces on February 23, 2009

Hi Dianne Thanks! It's about a half hour or so. This is in Gloucester, and is fairly close to the Fishermen's Memorial. I was here before heading over for the moonrise shots a few weeks ago. It's a rough life :-D

LOL, not1word - I'm surprised you can get any shots at all in the winter! ;)

And thanks for the advice Norrel - yes, wooden shoes that acted like boats would have worked quite well! Now, do they make wooden boots?

Marbiz on February 24, 2009

Beautiful scene B-n-P with soft lighting.

Bits-n-Pieces on February 24, 2009

Hi marbiz - Thanks! Good to hear from you!

not1word on February 24, 2009

I do admit that I'm pretty picky, Bits.

Norrel on February 25, 2009

Lol, Bits! No one here has ever thought about making wooden boots. Very embarrassing to our clog-making industry that someone from abroad has got this idea!

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  • Uploaded on February 22, 2009
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    by Bits-n-Pieces
    • Taken on 2009/02/08 15:54:53
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