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With the sun close to or below the horizon, we get really interesting
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27th Jun 2006, 01:39  

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ookiine says:

Pretty...

27th Jun 2006, 01:43

michaelpj says:

Thankyou! This was a nice day - a lot of the time you just see grey-white cloud, with grey-white snow and grey-white sea ice.

27th Jun 2006, 01:45

paintist says:

when you get back to 'home' do colours seem brighter? you are seeing lots of colours in your surroundings, the subtle differences in the colour of white. its very interesting

27th Jun 2006, 06:16

Geodyne says:

Heartbreakingly beautiful.

27th Jun 2006, 07:40

nige says:

oh, wow.

27th Jun 2006, 08:01

Caine says:

Amazing shots. Beautiful.

27th Jun 2006, 08:07

Gael says:

not of this world ...

27th Jun 2006, 08:44

Dhamaka says:

wow

*wants to see for self..

27th Jun 2006, 08:46

michaelpj says:

Paintist - not sure, I haven't been home yet! People are said to suffer from "greenout" when they go back to the Real World - being surprised at seeing vegetation everywhere instead of bare rock and snow.

27th Jun 2006, 12:40

oh my goodness that so beautiful!!

27th Jun 2006, 19:00

paintist says:

I think 'greenout' must be overpowering, vegetation has an energy, snow seems more passive ( scuse me while i talk rubbish)

27th Jun 2006, 20:47

mrs540air says:

sighs aaahhhhhh then sighs some more beatific ;-)

27th Jun 2006, 20:53

Euphro says:

These are wonderful!

28th Jun 2006, 11:23

Viv says:

fantastic

6th Aug 2006, 01:54

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