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JohnC in the river Wye

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« on: November 24, 2010, 11:38:24 am »

Cheers,Andy. We often have mental pictures of what other look like and 9/10 they're way out.  The light can be wonderful at sun rise twilight and the same for evenings,when you experience these times and see the difference it makes then it really makes the effort worthwhile. Also for wildlife that's when they're most achieve looking for food, unless they're nocturnal of course.

Some more frosty ,foggy mornings coming up so I'll see what's about. I'm checking out a 980 ft. hill at Ruardean (Forest of Dean)  later today.
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