nature, Photography Storm Jan 21, 2022 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 33 Comments A storm started today … … first there was a lot of gusty wind, and then the snow starting flying. 🥶 Stay warm, everyone. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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oh. Please stay safe
I am, thanks. 🙂
Looks fierce. Hopefully you didn’t have to be outside long in that kind of weather.
It was, but I wasn’t out in it for long. I had trouble getting my door open this morning, though. The snow had drifted right across the steps!
This was a real winter howler; glad I wasn’t out in it for long!
Thank you. 🙂
Thank you very much, Cindy. 🙂
Crazy winter weather. The winds howled here all night and we are talking about snow, rain, sleet, hail and +6, all in the next 2 days. Your snow scene would make a good Christmas card. All you need is a sleigh. Happy Friday Lynette. Allan
That is crazy! In the meantime, I had trouble getting my front door open because the snow had drifted across it during the night. A sleigh would be a good thing! Have a good weekend, Allan.
Yikes! Storms for you are very different than for me, so stay safe and warm!
The subarctic is expert when it comes to storms! Can probably do them better than most other places on earth. 😉
Short of hurricanes and typhoons, though!
We get something up here colloquially referred to as a winter cyclone. I haven’t experienced one but I have read about them. They are very similar to a regular cyclone but of course drop snow instead of rain. I’ll concede the south’s hurricane expertise, though. 🙂
It makes a pretty picture if it’s taken from a warm, safe place.
Yes, in a mean-pretty sort of way. 😉 I was in a warm vehicle, and I didn’t stay outside for long!
I know what you mean. It’s why I called one of my posts a double-edged sword. A pretty snow scene that was cruel at the same time.
Yes, I remember. Creatures up here know how to survive the winters, but my, they are harsh!
We’re getting snow, too…again. But…not as much as you are.
It’s hard to compete with the level of snowfall that occurs here. It was interesting trying to open my front door this morning – the snow had drifted right in front of it. Got some good exercise first thing!
That reminds me of my first cousin in Wasilla, AK. I’ve seen her pictures of snow so high, that, when she opened a door (towards the interior), there was one foot of daylight at the top and a wall of snow.
That has happened here before, but I haven’t experienced it! A bit of a problem if you need to leave in a hurry. 😉
She followed that picture up with a few showing the walkway she dug out, afterwards. It was a corridor of snow, leading from her side door.
When you have to dig the equivalent of the English Channel Tunnel to your door then you know you’ve had a big snowfall (and will need to protect yourself against heart issues!). Yikes!
WOW! actually like mine 🌨❄️
Yes, I was rather amazed at how similar!
Good weather for wolves to be curled up in a ball.
Oh yes. The bears and squirrels, too!
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