Sunday, February 3, 2008


A passe photo - but that's how I remember it.

Conopus Lake was frozen and snow flakes started falling down to blanket the sedges along the bank. Trees and all types of vegetation that were alive appeared dead and their cast-off dried-up shells threw dark contours in the white landscape. Winter scenes like this are commonplace around this region, but always impress people with camera. Which perhaps explain why this photo is so passe.

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