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REFLECTING ON WINTER'S MELT

Kamloops This Week reader John Casey managed to capture Mother Nature in an amazing way. “With the great weather we have been having, I thought I would send in this pic of melting snow from our roof,” Casey said. “The photo is upside down and you can see an image of our townhouse complex in the falling drop.”  - JOHN CASEY PHOTO
Kamloops This Week reader John Casey managed to capture Mother Nature in an amazing way. “With the great weather we have been having, I thought I would send in this pic of melting snow from our roof,” Casey said. “The photo is upside down and you can see an image of our townhouse complex in the falling drop.”
— image credit: JOHN CASEY PHOTO
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