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                   Tuesday, December 2, 2008 - 10:53PM

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Think covering winter storms is all fun and games? Maybe a 9 to 5 cubicle wouldn't be so bad this time of year.

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If anything else, you sure are inventive! :)
- Posted by Dann Cianca from Denver, Colorado

Thanks! It's not pretty, but it keeps snow from piling up on my head and around my neck. Which is always a good thing.
- Posted by Dan R. from Charleston, WV

Dan, do you shoot through the clear plastic, or do you bring down and around the lens? Okay, see, that is when you get out the arctic gear to shoot! Brrrr
- Posted by Christine Hudnall from Sebring, FL

Christine, the plastic is a windbreak that only goes about 180 degrees around the umbrella. It protects my back and either my left or right side. I can turn it to face the wind and it keeps the snow and rain from blowing into me. It's not quite clear enough to shoot through, although I could probably get a filter to attach to it so I could have a 360-degree shield. Now that would be nice....
- Posted by Dan R. from Charleston, WV

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