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What a difference from this scene in Jan. 2014 vs. now. Virtually no snow this season and today it's sunny and close to 40 deg. F. in upstate NY.
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This is at the village of Michaelston-y-Fedw near Cardiff. Taken the same morning as the previous one of this tree.
This year we had not so much snow.But years before we had a lot of snow. So the snow outside the ski run was very deep.
Before either the sun or the wind rose, each tiny twig was still loaded with snow, forming an arch over the drive.
"Do you know which way we have to go? It is white everywhere, because of the snow........... maybe that direction?"
Snow builds on the roof of the little Yosemite Chapel.
Last time in Yosemite I just had a make a stop at the chapel.
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Snow Bunting - Plectrophenax Nivalis
As seen on BBC Winterwatch.
There is a small person somewhere in there. Pure luck - I only noticed it when I loaded the pics on my computer.
The icy terminus of Margerie Glacier below Mt. Root at Glacier Bay, Alaska
LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW! LET IT SNOW!
Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we've no place to go
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
It doesn't show signs of stopping
And I've brought some corn for popping
The lights are turned way down low
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! ......
We had some unexpected snowfall during the night, so I just had to go out this morning to make some photos of the now already melting snow.
Hiking Slovenian Alps on the way to Velika Planina, Gorenjska, Slovenia.
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"Where does the white go when the snow melts?” (The adventures of Andrew)
Title of a book written by Mike and Kathy Campion.
Snow on the branches
Red Beck Valley, Hove Edge, Brighouse
Leaving Glacier National Park in high winds and whipping snow on a frigid March 3, 1989, an eastbound Burlington Northern freight led by tiger-striped GP50 No. 3140 heads for the great plains of Montana at Grizzly siding, between East Glacier and Spotted Robe.
It snowed on and off all day today; at times I couldn't see two meters ahead of me. We've had it unconventionally well this year that many were surprised at the above-average temperatures and little snow. Well, here it all comes in a package: snow, wind, snow, wind, and chill, chill, chill. We're expecting a -39 with wind-chill effects in some areas around us (Southwestern Ontario). Still, not complaints. The kids are having the time of their lives and are enjoying every inch of snow... Wish you all a warm weekend! Stay warm...
Yesterday's unexpected snowfall on St Mary's church, Harefield, England