The winter/snow images thread

CD77

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Terrific shot Chris.
We've had none of that white stuff down here. :(
Thanks Brian, nice feedback is always appreciated.

The snow has been and gone here! There was rain earlier in the week that washed all of it away, even from the high ground. Yesterday we had more snow, it stuck in the morning but then the snow that coming down melted the snow that had settled, must've been wet snow! There is still some snow from yesterday's flurry on the high ground so I'm hopeful of getting some snowy landscape shots with the 4/3 beast I got this week if I get out on a walk over the weekend.
 

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Will you even need to get out with "the beast"?
You'd probably get some close-up shots of the high ground from your bedroom windows. ;)
 

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Will you even need to get out with "the beast"?
You'd probably get some close-up shots of the high ground from your bedroom windows. ;)
Got to brave the beast... my back might say otherwise after a 10 mile hike!
 

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Living here on the south-west coast of Wales, we hardly ever get much snow, as the Atlantic winds tend to bring in mild, wet weather.
This one is from a visit to my hometown of Runcorn in Cheshire when I was visiting relatives in 2010.
The steps lead up to one of the town's favourite pubs, 'The Travellers Rest'; now sadly shut down and converted to a private residence.
1012-18 The steps, Highlands road.JPG
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Snowy morning today. Looking out on the backyard from our kitchen. Pretty as it is, I hope this is soon gone.
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Photo taken just south of Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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Typical Alberta winter day, blue skies and a touch of snow. We have not had a real major dump in central Alberta yet this winter but it's probably coming!!!

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The town of Big Valley in Alberta. The grain elevator is part of the Alberta Prairie Railway and is preserved along with the parts of the roundhouse to the right of it.

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Took a long walk on the frozen sea.
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River Pielisjoki, Joensuu, Finland
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Enough.
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We've been very shy of snow this season. While the official count is average for the year, we have had a lot less near me. It comes, then it goes.

After a minor ice storm. Things were already thawing out but there's still some ice on the trees, path, and plants.

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About five inches of snow falls on my town in a couple of hours. That can only mean one thing........time to jump in the 4x4 and go fetch an emergency bottle of milk.

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