Photomontage of part of my college

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Photomontage of part of my college

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Took me 2 hours to do this and its still not finished

We have snow!! About 4 inches has fallen so far. I think a lot more is on the way.

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Here is the finished one

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Last edited by Andy on Tue Jan 23, 2007 6:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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Cool! It never snows down here in Australia! You guys must be used to it but i would get excited if that happened .
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we get snow occasionaly where i live, i remember it started snowing last year at school and all the exchange students got really excited and took photos. kinda funny actually cause everyone else was trying to get out of it

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Post by Andy »

Just added the final version to the first post

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We also had snow here today for a change.

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Post by atomcomputer »

Nice, we lost 20° in three days
The south of France is under the snow, it's very rare for us.
There is just 2 or 3 cm, but it's amazing
( a small picture here : http://www.anotherworld.eu.org/photos/V ... R5_GTL.jpg ).


Can you get a real linear picture?

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Post by Andy »

With more time, effort and a tripod I probably could, but this is of part of a college project so I have little time to actually do it. Ill get the same marks how it is now as I would if it was flat.

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It's ironic, because today i went out in the sun for one hour and my back is so badly burnt, i cant even sit right =(.
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go the ozone hole!....

or not

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