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Loraine says, wow this thing is real google Fly Geyser - it won't let me post the link to Wikipedia's information.
Loraine says, Oh Anna this is just beautiful.
Loraine says, They really do look like they're expecting something. Great capture.
Loraine says, Very unusual looking geese from what I'm accustomed to seeing here in North America. Great shot for sure.
Loraine says, Stunning! He just floats there.
Loraine says, Wow, this is wonderful photo!
dlwatib says, True, but satisfaction is only one additional click away. There are three links that will take you to the Flickr page where you can see the photo on its original website.
dlwatib says, Actually, it looks like the camera is remarkably light sensitive to me. The picture was obviously taken at night, yet I see no graininess at all in the foreground and very minimal graininess in the background where there was very little light available. A flash would not have improved the picture because flash would not add significantly to the illumination of objects that far away from the camera.
Loraine says, I really like the snow on the trees but the yellow sky is, at least for me, rather ugly. Maybe it's a sunrise or sunset but it reminds me too much of heavily polluted air and in NYC it may well be just that.
Loraine says, Interesting, the two dark blue sleighs each pulled by a black horse are almost invisible until you go to the original website and see the much larger version.
Loraine says, Followed the link from the thumbnail but no photo appears here.
visopallido says, bellissima!!!!
Loraine says, I'm confused. Lake St Clair is much larger than what is in this photo and it's in an area that looks quite different than this at least as far as I can see looking at many other photos of the Lake St Clair located between Ontario and Michigan. Is this a different Lake St Clair located in a different country? www.great-lakes.net/lakes/ref/stclfact.html The smallest lake in the Great Lakes system, Lake St. Clair is not considered to be one of the "Great" lakes, however, it is part of the Lake Erie basin. Lake St. Clair is shallow, averaging 10 feet (3 meters) deep. St. Clair's maximum depth is only 21 feet (6.4 meters), a mere fraction of Lake Superior's maximum depth of 1,332 feet (406 meters). The northeastern portion of Lake St. Clair is an extensive delta system, the largest within the Great Lakes.
Loraine says, Gorgeous. Where on earth is this?
Loraine says, I'd love to know where on earth this lovely photo was taken.
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