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Thread: Heavy snow reference

  1. #1
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    Heavy snow reference

    Hi All,

    Had a lot of snow this night,thought i'd share some pics I took for reference for everybody to use.

    Hans
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    Thanks. I downloaded. These will make excellent references for painting snow and how it sits on trees.

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    Hi,

    Since I took the picture we had some 15 cm of snow added.
    The branches couldn't lift the weight and the wind wasn't any help either.
    In the backyard we walk in a bed of snow about 30-40 cm high.
    It's been around 30 years we had that much snow.

    Hans

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    Rose,

    Guess you don't get much snow down there in Florida,
    you could always move upward up the coast

    Hans

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    Cool I Don't Snow What Your Talking About

    Thanks man I moved from NY City for that very reason. Saw the news from Long Island. Better you than me, however THANKS for the great pic LOL. Now your my man in the snow country. AND I don't even need a shovel, gloves or to get cold this is way cool.

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    Wishes really hard and clicks heels together for snow and NC mountain opens eyes nope still in Tx lol

    Love the pictures very much thanks for sharing them

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