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UER Forum > UE Main > Winter is better for exploration pics (small request) (Viewed 1071 times)
G to the Race 


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Winter is better for exploration pics (small request)
< on 12/30/2017 9:06 PM >
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I know it's freaking cold and you may be holed up inside, but I find winter exploration pics fascinating in a way that warm weather pics can't be. The mix of elements and the will to get there always leaves me feeling like this is a more interesting pastime than I can explain. So, if you have a winter pic, share it with us so I can enjoy your bounty.




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blackhawk 

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Re: Winter is better for exploration pics (small request)
< Reply # 1 on 12/30/2017 10:37 PM >
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No pics? You know better...
Where's yours




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These are the majority of my winter pics so far ^^^. It's been too damn cold to go out in the last week or so but hoping that'll change soon.

Here's a couple extras...




And one just for fun...




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Old as fuck but still one of my fave explores.






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Re: Winter is better for exploration pics (small request)
< Reply # 6 on 12/31/2017 9:26 PM >
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It NEVER gets this cold here. Kind of liked this old Silo with a touch of snow and ice this winter/....






Same Winter shot Without snow and ice.





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