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January 25, 2017 § 9 Comments
camouflage of ice
Tagged: abstract, camouflage, connecticut river, frozen, ice, leopard, leopard's spots, river, snow, spots, stripes, wilderness, wilds, winter, zebra, zebra's stripes
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Great abstract monochrome
Thank you Derrick
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This is a great winter abstract. I very much like it.
What you see, we are blessed to get–and would never get to see otherwise. Blessings!
Blessing to you Albert
In the deadest time there is great beauty.
Great call 🙂
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