one city through our lenses
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pixels by per,
You know, if I ever had time to make that (temporarily) final post for Plenty, I had planned for it to be a snowy photograph followed by a reflection around the word "Fimbul winter". For a lingo-nerd such as myself, the best thing about this winter is that it's given me several occasions to use this fantastic word. Who knows when we will see a winter that fits that description the next time...? (But except for that, I'm pretty happy to have escaped the snow, more or less at least.):-)
i love the whole scenario of nothing but pure white in this foto! ^0^
I think you are a bit snowed under!
This particular winter may have been slightly too much of a good thing but March is really something different. There's daylight again! Lots of it.Jenny: Fimbul is the word. A remnant of an older poetic language, according to our friends at Wiktionary . I suppose there's less of the powdery stuff in a certain City, right?arabesque: With a generous sun shining over the entire picture!Jacob: And yet spring is said to be right on schedule. Remains to be seen, I guess.Halcyon: So it is. And cold.Appreciate your hanging around in the snow with us.
This is so cool! The kind of avalanche I wouldn't mind watching! :-)
I love snow, we get so little of it over here! Interesting to see how snow can make marks on snow :-)
The white colour reflects equal quantities of all frequencies of visible light, according to Wiktionary.JM: I'm with you. A smaller, safer scale to deal with.Tinsie: Many of us also love snow but at the moment we're somewhat tired of the white mayhem...Glad to have you stopping by our local snow droves.
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