Beautiful pic, that is unreal cold, I can't even imagine what that would be like. Al Gore is full of shit.
Yikes that looks cold. Nice photo however.
I see the Saskatchewan Polarmint in the distance -- And it's working!
Wow! That's really cold!
wow! so cold...
Wow that's really pretty Guy! -45 with the wind chill? I guess I won't be complaining about weather in CT anytime soon! Laurie
Heavens above. That is dreadfully cold. I don't know how you survive such extremes. A wonderful picture but you must have frozen your fingers of taking it.
Another terrific photo. And Anonymous is wrong; doesn't know the difference between weather and climate!
It couldn't have been THAT cold. I didn't see any sun dogs in that picture.
It gets so cold the sundogs go into hiding too.Looking at the weather network it had us at -35 (-47 with the windchill) at 7 in the morning. Such lovely weather for the drive to work. If that isn't mother nature telling me to go back to sleep I don't know what is.
Ye gods and little fishes! And I just *thought* I was cold today. It was above freezing here, but after almost a week of 70 and 80 degree temps, it felt much colder. Some of your icy air must have drifted down this way.Gorgeous photo!
That picture does really look COLD!I hope we don't get any weather like that, but tonight it is very cold here too.B.
Loved the photo.... Had to chuckle over the comment left by "Anonymous".We're 'enjoying' our own blast of winter here. It would appear the Alberta sundogs have gone into hiding too...not a hide nor hair!
Here in Kingsport,Tn, yesterday we broke our record high. Really enjoy your great photos!Pj
boy, am i ever glad i am here and not there!!!!
Wow! That was cold! I like your photo also.
Wow, I really like this one. It looks like heaven is smiling on that building. :-)
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