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Today I woke up from a little nap and gazed outside to see a very intense snowstorm. The wind was howling and the snow was whirling around the yard. I don't remember when was the last time I saw a snowstorm this thick, it was pretty crazy, though it only lasted for ten minutes, plus the time I was asleep.

I had to grab my camera and take a few shots, and I wish I was outside to take better ones, though I wouldn't actually want to be in the snowstorm. The camera lens would have been filled with snow in seconds.

Shot with the Nikon D7200 and Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8.




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Yikes, thought we were past that for this time... already thinking of taking out the Rocket!


Not up here in the north, it’s very normal to have snow and sub zero temps in March 😁


I thought I saw spring coming at beginning of February, Temperature went up to 20 degrees of Celsius now I am facing -14C. Craziness!!


Njäääh, it’s just playing with us, making us crave summer even more by giving little taste bites of it in the middle of winter 😅

That looks pretty intense! 😱

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That's pretty much how winter storms go up here in Mini-snow-ta. Especially this year. uggh!


So I've heard! We usually have a lot of snow but just over a long period :D

Matti Nykänen's funeral was today. A reporter narrating the procession through a northern suburb said the blizzard was appropriate given Nykänen's restless personality.