nature, Photography Cold Sunrise Feb 10, 2023 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 18 Comments A cold, windless sunrise in Yellowknife. Happy Friday. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Cold yet beautiful. Lovely shot, Lynette!
Thank you very much, Steve. The temperature was about -35C or so (-31F); rather chilly. 😉
Always a great view Lynette. Happy Friday. Allan
Thank you very much, Allan, Yes it’s a rather well-known Yellowknife view. Cheers.
What a pretty view that is. Cold, but lovely to look at from the warmth of my house.
Agreed. I have great winter gear, including a parka, so I walk everywhere (it’s a lot faster than warming up the truck and the cold starts are hard on it), but I make my walks quick and efficient, especially when I’m taking photos!
Really nice photo. Cold but also quaint. Homey. Picturesque. Happy weekend.
Thank you, Lori. 🙂 Yellowknife is very cold in the winter but most people are warm and know how to be warm. 🙂 Cheers.
Thank you very much. 🙂
Gorgeous capture. It looks cold, but at least the sun is shining. Have a wonderful weekend. Stay warm out there.
Thanks, Linda. We do get a lot of sun in the winter, even if it’s extremely cold and the daylight hours are short. But this is my last subarctic winter, and though I’m happy about that, I find myself appreciating the beauties of it a little more carefully.
That’s a good way to look at it. I’m sure it’s a bittersweet feeling.
Yes, it is. I do like the north despite my grousing about the cold. 🙂
That does look like one of those days when you breathe in and your lungs wonder what on earth just happened. But so beautiful.
Haha. 🙂 Yes, a good description of that experience. I call it “lung frost.” You breathe in and then start to sort of choke because the cilia froze. I wear a traditional parka with heavy fur around the hood which cuts out much of that issue (especially with the addition of a scarf). But the frost-encrusted eyelashes can still be a problem!
Cold and beautiful! Very nice composition!
Thank you very much. 🙂 Yes, it was definitely cold!