nature, Photography Snowy View Dec 19, 2021 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 22 Comments Very seasonal looking but it’s cold! A great opportunity to wear all your fashionable winter duds, though! Happy Sunday. 🙂 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Thank you very much. 🙂
Fashion goes out the window these days Lynette. Warmth wins these days. Winter is the time when looking cool can actually mean being cold. Ha Ha. Still enjoy those crisp white walks though. Cheers. Allan
Agreed. I sometimes wear so many layers that I can barely move my arms! I don’t need to look cool or be cool. Brrr. 😉
We’re well above average here but I’m hoping for a bit of snow. Cathy and I are looking forward to walking through the neighborhoods and stopping for something warm to drink on the way home.
I have left the north and am in Penticton now. M and I did exactly that yesterday! It was a bit cool out (2C, 36F) but nothing like Yellowknife (it was -30C). It was great to go for a walk with a jacket (instead of a huge parka).
Burrrrr…… Happy Holidays Lynette.
Thank you! 🎄I am in the south now for winter break so it’s a lot warmer. It was -30C in the photo but here in Penticton it’s about +2C. Such a relief to get out of the extreme cold for a bit! Happy holidays to you as well. 🤶
Definitely a snowy season.
Agreed. I have arrived in Penticton now and it’s so nice to have a break from the cold!
I know it can get cold there too, but nothing like up north.
It’s around +2C or so with quite a bit of movement over about 2 degrees up and down, but to me it feels tropical!
Like what we used to call a Chinook.
I used to live in southern Alberta and am very familiar with chinooks. Penticton doesn’t really get them (that I’m aware of); the 2 degree temperature change is just normal for this time of year, I think.
I thought maybe that was the case. I only thought that by comparison to the northern temps, Penticton’s 2 degrees would seem like a Chinook.
Okay – I get it. I was a bit slow there!
Yep, that looks like winter! No snow here at the moment but very cold and misty air.
I took that photo in Yellowknife at -30C. In the wind it was much worse; any exposed skin started to hurt and freeze in seconds.
Well, relatively cold, at least by UK standards. You know what I mean 😉
Yes, I understand. I have left the north and am in Penticton for winter break. The weather here is much similar to that of your winter months. I am immensely enjoying the break from the intense cold!
Looks beautiful. We got a big snowfall on Saturday and I’m hoping it’ll stick around for the week, even if that means that it’s a bit colder outside.
The north is so beautiful in the winter (in the summer too, but in the winter there’s such clear air and the colours are so intense). I am in Penticton now for a couple of weeks and am enjoying the much warmer temperatures. I hope your snowfall stays longer and that you’re really able to enjoy it!