Snowy Town

Fresh snowfall overnight. I would have liked to go somewhere really nice and scenic for this shot, but with cars stuck in the snow and abandoned all over town I had to settle for here - and you know, I think it turned out quite pretty after all.

Fast forward to three months later with Spring Town

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上传: 19/12/2010
更新: 01/09/2014


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