"30 seconds"  © Kent Olsson
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(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:December 22nd, 2015 (5:29am) PST
Caledon, only minutes away from me. Hello from the other side!! She probably learned to drive this way on the Forks of the Credit Road or Hockley Road! Merry Christmas.
(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:December 21st, 2015 (8:30am) PST
What fun that must be... it turned out really well. Warmer here as well - eastern Ontario, Canada.
(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:December 21st, 2015 (7:13am) PST
You Go Girl!!!! a marvelous capture and exposure, Kent. The lines & curves are so eye catching. Do no fret; over in my part of the world the weather is warm also. A bit of snow Friday, Saturday and Sunday and this morning it is warm and rain washed it away.
@Isarus replied: Thank you Ken. By the way my girlfriend used to live in Orangeville during 1980 in a small place called Caledon.
(@Marthe) marthe said:December 20th, 2015 (2:15pm) PST
wow! great shot! weather-wise, it is the same here ( Northern Ontari, Canada) warmer than usual and yet to have snow on ground -)
@Isarus replied: Thank you Marthe. Yes the weather is strange. No white Christmas this year but I bet it gonna be 25 degrees below during the New Year's Eve.

Kent Olsson
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The small village in this image is "Skerike" outside Västerås, Sweden. The funny thing is that tonight we had 14 degrees celius. Usally at this time of year (December 20) we normally have snow and round about 10-15 degrees below zero. The car was driven by my common-law wife and she had exactly 30 seconds to drive this path for my exposure.

Uploaded: Dec 20th, 2015 (10:43am)
Category: Landscape
Camera: NIKON D810
Focal Length: 55 mm
Aperture: f/10
Shutter Speed: 30 sec
ISO: 64

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