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    Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

    Winter has hit Preble County, Ohio. It's only January and we have more snow than all of last winter. The small waterfall and creek are snow and ice covered.
    Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

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    Re: Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

    Nice one Don. Besides being a pleasant scene to view, you have captured the white snow very nicely. Now I need a hot cup of coffee!

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    Re: Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

    Yes, it is so easy for snow to come out too blue, or too yellow after an attempt to correct the WB. This is just right.

    And a good composition.

    Fortunately, where I live, I don't photograph snow very often.

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    Re: Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

    Hi Don,
    hope your keeping well?

    Looks cold, but I would have liked to have been with you so I could have taken some shots. They wouldn't have been as good as this, but still would have liked a try.
    Well done.
    Cheers
    John.

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    Re: Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

    A very nicely photographed winter scene. Good exposure, there are no blown out whites and I can see detail in the snow and clouds.

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    Re: Winter in Preble Couny, Ohio

    A nice simple winter scene. If you have easy access to the location you might try alternate compositions with more foreground and less of the woods in the upper part of the frame. IMO the woods are a bit messy and don't add to the image so become the infamous "dead space".

    Another aspect I don't understand is reference to the snow. What appears in this shot is what we refer to as frost where I live

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