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As soon as the first snowflake has shown up, you can be sure to find people being busy to work on the small slope. Whatever tool from frying pan to sledge will be good enough for fun. Specially the dogs feel happy.

 

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This reflects the quietude of such a scene so beautifully while being whimsical. I stared long and hard to find however many figures I could, beyond the three closest. I love the dog (?) in the distance (second from left), ultimately. It's like one of those puzzles, hidden in plain view. Lovely image!

 

Ece

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Ece,

 

thank you very much. I agree with you: those people were quite lost and there was also some depression that snow was so thin. I have a few more shot with my Canon and telelens and so I used the Q intentionally to get that distant look. I appreciate your review very much.

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