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Photo-a-day 337: As cold as ice



by sjhoward

This is the 1,914th post. It was published at 21:56 on Sunday, 2nd December 2012.

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This extra photo makes up for me forgetting to post one on Thursday. It shows the thin layer of ice on the roof of my car as it catches the light this evening, and looks far prettier than it will seem in the morning when I’m scraping the windows!

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