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Mar 01, 2010 08:35 |  #1
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I took the chance to write an article in my blog, about the weather and how it affects us photographers, including some tips.
If it interests you, here is the link (external link).


My site (external link)http://www.earthsbeaut​ytours.com (external link)

  
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Mar 01, 2010 10:07 |  #2

Being from Michigan where we have the same type of weather, I can appreciate the points that you made.
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"h. Enjoy your day out and nature. We don’t get these conditions every day, so make the most of it."


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Mar 01, 2010 10:14 |  #3
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PhotosGuy wrote in post #9706287 (external link)
Being from Michigan where we have the same type of weather, I can appreciate the points that you made.
You might want to edit this:
"h. Enjoy your day out and nature. We don’t get these conditions every day, so make the most of it."

Cheers. ;)


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Mar 01, 2010 10:30 |  #4

I think I have been a victim to the "Its too bad to go out" syndrome.

Every weekend (only time I can really get out and shoot) its been either continual snow or rain.

Praying for summer here!


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