Snow photography

Snow changes the world around us. Familiar surroundings looks different.

Snow in night is unearthly, mystic.

Snow and sun is a gorgeous combination.

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    • I am so happy that you realise the ghosty atmosphere. Some of the photographs I took in the night when everyone is already in sleep. Empty road, no one is visible, no traffic on the road- snows falling from skyslowly as if whispering at my year. It was an amazing feelling.

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  1. But it’s all somewhat frightening, also. All these snowy paths, and the frozen water! As if saying, go home kid, care for yourself, the cold world cannot care for you, build yourself a home, that’s the place where is warmth and a bit of security. – There is a cruel beauty in all these silent and frozen places, abode for ghosts rather than for living people. Living people come and see and hurry to go home again, to have some sound sleep, hibernation perhaps! The snow and the cold are not hostile toward human beings, but utterly indifferent. Nature in summer is not indifferent, it’s inviting. Nature in winter seems to be a world apart from us, a world to survive, and not so much a world to live in. – Thanks again for these amazing images!

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    • At this moment, when I am reading your comment worst blizzard is hitting Helsinki. I can hear the roaring wind outside. It is indeed scary.
      Snow is not indifferent always, to kid it is welcoming. They are happy to play in snow, making snowman, sledging and sliding.

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  2. Some of them are Really Beautiful. But such a lot of snowing does make life difficult as have to clear paths. Also difficult to move around too. Thank you for posting the pictures. Here is Aussie we don’t have that problem. Many Blessings from here to You 🙂 ❤ 🙂

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  3. Some of them are Really Beautiful. But such a lot of snowing does make life difficult as have to clear paths. Also difficult to move around too. Thank you for posting the pictures. Here in Aussie we don’t have that problem. Many Blessings from here to You 🙂 ❤ 🙂

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  4. Even in Western Europe we do no longer know this. Perhaps in the Alpine forests, but certainly not in the lowlands. I am living near the River Rhine, and no single snowflake has been seen this winter, as yet. And when the night temperature threatens to sink near zero degrees, the weather service sends a warning. Must sound funny, when seen from Finland.

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