THANK YOU! someone else who understands that yes, while southern California is beautiful and has the best 72 degree weather a majority of the year, that people do want to move away from it. I’ve lived in southern California my whole life and I
Top 1000 Winter Pictures
And they’re covered with snow…don’t think they’ve been used for at least several hours. Still, great picture though.
I’ve found it to be pretty accessible in the winter, as long as you don’t beat the plows there after a heavy snowfall. The tracks from my car were the first ones in the snow the day I shot this, but it fortunately wasn’t
Would make a good wallpaper to be bundled with Windows/OS X. That was my first thought, then I got wondering how the decision process for those photos works.
It’s [rime](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hard_rime) and it’s basically water droplets in air that freeze on contact. The shapes come from wind motion carrying the droplets.
Was there this summer. The wildlife is seemed to be more used to people than in Sweden. Here they just run of as soon as they spot you. But in Sequoia I was almost able to pet a baby deer, and the bears were
I live 50 miles east of the San Diego airport at 4,000 feet. Our first snow last year was 04 November and I cannot wait until the snow flies up here in the mountains.
Would it be unreasonable to go to this exact spot, sit down, smoke a handsome joint, and listen to the Earth?
I went to Yosemite this last December, and thanks to the current California drought there was hardly any snow to be seen at all. It was limited within shady surfaces. http://i.imgur.com/dpM4hOs.jpg
[Ash Trees?](http://i.imgur.com/wxzfvap.jpg) [Here’s a gardener’s blog on that part of Bergen](http://cosmosgarden.blogspot.co.uk/2008/08/bergen-norway-mount-floyen-bergenhaus.html). You can see the same type of tree in the Fortress’ garden too (which is just off to the right of this location). Location on [Google Maps](https:[email protected],5.3294,3a,75y,233.11h,93.96t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1suAnmysLidqcuMWPFDfzA7Q!2e0).
CSU very rarely has snow days. It was cancelled that day because a lot of people on smaller side streets couldn’t get get out of their driveways or make it down the street with how much snow we had accumulate. And yeah, additionally, it
Fotoforensics says the window is indeed altered (photoshopped). Just by looking at it (telling by the pixels and from seeing many shops in my day) it also *looks* altered to the naked eye. I am indeed intrigued…we’ve got a charming photo of a child,
Having moved to a place with cold dry winters with lots of snow and a reasonable amount of sunshine… I feel your pain. I really hate those damp, overcast, no snow winters that are common in most places.
> we have same amount of snow every winter week No, you certainly don’t. This picture is from a storm which dropped about 24 inches of snow on Chicago over the course of about one day. That’s about equal to Moscow’s [all time record
It was in the 90’s all last week here in Michigan, and then out of nowhere the weekend never got out of the 50’s. Crazy!
Lake Effect isn’t exactly something most people are knowledgeable about. We live it every winter. It’s pretty shocking to people who don’t have experience with it as to what it can do.
Gosh the snow blanket hides the mountain’s structure. That’s….a lot of snow
I was there two days ago. Friends wedding at Arrowhead, and I miss it already.
I had to send a bunch of equipment we have up there to Cambridge Bay, NU. I think whatever vehicles that were used to build the air strip were just moved somewhere else. There is still a huge graveyard of old trucks and heavy
I visit family around Christmas and the highlight is shoveling snow and cleaning ice out of the driveway. No clue why, but it’s relaxing. Too bad it rarely snows in the southeast US.
I… I think we might be soulmates. Here’s the view from mine. View post on imgur.com
Lots of snow here. It’s a snow day 😀 We’re right in the middle of a storm now, the biggest so far this year. About 40cm expected for this one with a few smaller weather systems coming over the next four days.
This place runs an awesome hill climb race annually. I suggest to everyone reading this that you attend it at least once in your lifetime.
I just left, and I don’t know the weather forecast for the coming week, but the snow was great my last day there. The powder is deep in the glades and on the ungroomed trails. Some of the groomed trails got icey, and I