Snow storm Dec. 4, 2009

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© Ann Reece
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UploadedDecember 5, 2009
TakenDecember 4, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D70s
Exposure1/125 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length200 mm
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The six foot tall Oleander was easily weighed down with the billions of large wet snow flakes and was reduced to this.

25 responses

  • Shawn Wood

    Shawn Wood gave props (4 Dec 2009):

    Beautiful image!

  • Betty Maxey

    Betty Maxey   gave props (4 Dec 2009):

    Oh no...I hope it makes it. I love the oleander...I just can't get it to grow around here!! Nice capture!!!

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (4 Dec 2009):

    Beautiful...That is a lot of snow for where you live...Were the roads a bit icy after rain and snow?

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) gave props (5 Dec 2009):

    I thought plants were supposed to look like that. Mine always do. LOL!!!!!!!!!! I hope it recovers Ann.

  • Judy Wanamaker

    Judy Wanamaker (Deleted) gave props (7 Dec 2009):

    Sad about the oleander, but it surely looks pretty covered with snow.

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (18 Dec 2009):

    Back to vote!

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham (Deleted) said (19 Dec 2009):


  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (19 Dec 2009):

    Oh YEAH/RAD!

  • Deborah Downes

    Deborah Downes gave props (21 Dec 2009):

    Wow...super entry, Ann. My vote.

  • Christopher J Chalk

    Christopher J Chalk gave props (22 Dec 2009):

    WOW, I rarley see anything like this - amazing! As I write this prop we are sweltering in 40o heat, give me some snow Ann:) Voted.

  • Debrah Leonard

    Debrah Leonard (Deleted) gave props (23 Dec 2009):


  • Manon Boily

    Manon Boily (Deleted) gave props (25 Dec 2009):

    voted too

  • eithne mythen

    eithne mythen gave props (4 Jan 2010):

    Beautiful, perfect for the theme, voting..

  • Sandy Tyler

    Sandy Tyler (Deleted) gave props (5 Jan 2010):

    Wonderful image! Voted!

  • Judy Wanamaker

    Judy Wanamaker (Deleted) said (6 Jan 2010):

    Back to vote.

  • Maurie A

    Maurie A gave props (12 Jan 2010):

    Oh poor thing... I hope it survived.... stopped by to vote!!!

  • Richard Bruns

    Richard Bruns said (17 Jan 2010):

    Unique entry; way to put your creative mind into the shot.

  • Rebecca Sheehan

    Rebecca Sheehan gave props (18 Jan 2010):

    great shot! voted!

  • Zerina Phillip

    Zerina Phillip gave props (22 Jan 2010):

    Natures beauty. without snow there wouldn't be this photo . Well done

  • Winky Vivas

    Winky Vivas (Deleted) gave props (26 Jan 2010):

    Great entry for the theme! Voted!

  • Yasmina Baggili

    Yasmina Baggili (Deleted) gave props (29 Jan 2010):

    excellent capture . My vote

  • Litz Go

    Litz Go gave props (30 Jan 2010):

    very well captured, Ann! my vote

  • John Smith

    John Smith (Deleted) gave props (1 Mar 2010):

    Good for the theme...... voted

  • Michael Kenney

    Michael Kenney gave props (1 Mar 2010):

    Wonderful shot. I live in an area where snow we receive in winter is measured in feet. It's hard to imagine an amount of snow like this would reduce this 6 ft plant so. Fascinating!

  • Michaela K.

    Michaela K. gave props (30 Apr 2010):

    beautiful winter capture

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