Friday, January 06, 2017

The White Forest

The White Forest
It is a bit chilly as I'm typing this. -20C outside at the moment. It was a few degrees warmer yesterday when i took this photo while trekking through deep snow in a forest at Välsta in Tungelsta.

6 comments:

Andrew said...

It is so difficult to imagine temperatures like that, where it never drops below 4 degrees here in the city, but does go below zero in the outer suburbs, but rarely. I guess everything in your country is set up to deal with such temperatures.

Andy said...

It must have been some storm. The snow is clinging to everything.

William Kendall said...

I wonder how long it'll take before the snow drops off of its own accord.

RedPat said...

I don't think I've ever seen snow stick to the trunks of trees like that! It was -13˚C here this morning but is now a balmy -6.

bill burke said...

That must have been a big storm with some heavy wet snow. I don't even remember the snow clinging to trees when I lived in Alaska. Snow there was light and fluffy but the temps were frigid. Here, it usually feels like spring to me.

Bob Crowe said...

A scene like this would be rare here. We get some snow but not that much, and it doesn't usually last long.