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Newbury Bypass in winter

No, honestly, really... The bypass is in that first line of trees




But also spotted within 200m of the bypass:



... and ....



These are not quite "straight out of the camera", but the lovely low lighting and the surprising rural feel is genuine..

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Re: Newbury Bypass in winter

Where is the snow??
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Re: Newbury Bypass in winter

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Where is the snow??
We sold it.
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Re: Newbury Bypass in winter

#1 nice shot, I'd be pleased with that.

#2 -sorry!

#3 the rook makes that one
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Re: Newbury Bypass in winter

Great shots!
I'll try to remember these when I'm next hurtling down the A34
Not much snow here either.
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Re: Newbury Bypass in winter

Like #1 best although I'd have cheated and cloned out (or cropped maybe) the OOF hedge top at the very bottom of frame. Is that the bypass where all the argy bargy was about when it was being started?
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Like #1 best although I'd have cheated and cloned out (or cropped maybe) the OOF hedge top at the very bottom of frame. Is that the bypass where all the argy bargy was about when it was being started?
Yes, the more I look at it, the moew I think the bottom edge contributes nothing and should be cropped..

Yes, this is the self same problem bypass. Now look at it.. completely vanished :-)

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