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    ... on the hike up to the Vermont cabin. It was bitterly cold on New Year's Day. I don't think Nikon rates their DSLRs for those temperatures, but the camera seemed to take it.

    Sharon, Vermont, USA

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    1. |lauravisi| 76 months ago | reply

      Great great great! Terrific lighting. Peaceful and drammatic at a time.

    2. Steven Eric Parker 76 months ago | reply

      A special shot. Lovely

    3. emily caitlin 76 months ago | reply

      lovely shot!

      what do you mean by "I don't think Nikon rates their DSLRs for those temperatures, but the camera seemed to take it." ?

    4. .bill 76 months ago | reply

      Nice! Like the texture on the snow there and those stark shadows.

    5. NVS_Inc 76 months ago | reply

      wonderfully done Nathan, one of the most beautiful images of darkness I have ever seen

    6. nosha 76 months ago | reply

      thank you all very much...
      I seem to remember people bringing their film nikons with them on extended travels in the cold because there were problems with Digital, ah I see now there is a Flickr thread on this (of course!)
      thanks, you do like pictures of darkness, don't you ;)

    7. nosha 76 months ago | reply

      one should also note that when we arrived at the cabin it was about 15 degrees F inside, so there was not problem with a sudden change in temperature to stress out the camera ;)

    8. Singing With Light 76 months ago | reply

      it does look bitterly cold, beautiful with the light and long shadows

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    9. GlennCantor (theskepticaloptimist) 76 months ago | reply

      Thanks for that link. Good information.

    10. kiapletinckx 76 months ago | reply

      Beautiful minimalism!

    11. Bob Small photography. 76 months ago | reply

      Great lighting once again! Nice composition

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