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Photo Contest

2021 - January - Snow

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Rules that are always applicable are as follows:

  1. One photo per answer, and no more than 5 answers per user per contest.
  2. Post only photos taken by yourself/person with you.
  3. All entries should include a line of text with the location, subject, and date (specificity is up to you).
  4. Refrain from posting sensitive/debatable content
  5. Only upvotes count towards winning.

Rules for January are as follows:

  1. Snow - Pictures of snow
  2. The contest will last the whole month of January and to be clear, we use UTC, just like the site itself.
  3. There is no constraint on when the photo must have been taken.

Suggest a theme for the next contest.

  1. Leave a single comment below in the format THEME - ONE SENTENCE DESCRIPTION

Good luck!

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January, 2013 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The canals were frozen, and so was I.

Amsterdam Jan 2013. Canals frozen

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This was taken in the foothills of Ben Armine, Sutherland, Scotland, January 2019. I drove through torrential rain to get there, but in the highlands it was all snow.

Snow-covered valley with trees and a few buildings. Twisted tree in foreground.

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Same storm as this answer. I was struck by how the snow piles formed on the tree branches.

snow "webbing" among branches

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In February 2010 in Pittsburgh, PA, a storm dropped 26 inches on us overnight. I do not understand the physics of how this snow along the top of a fence did that, but it stayed that way for more than a week.

sin wave, sort of, in snow

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