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Snowfall at the harbour
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Snowfall at the harbour

The winter of 2006 has had more snow than I can remember in 30 years, with three particularly heavy falls in the last few weeks. This is a shot taken late at night on 22nd March. Snowfall was steady, but there wasn't a breath of wind, and the snowflakes were highlighted by the floodlights at the boat compound.
(Looks like the lights need adjusting down a bit, though - most of the light seems to be going into the sky instead of the compound.)
Picture added on 23 March 2006
Comments:
That was amazing
Added by Fraser on 28 June 2006
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