Water from a mountain stream runs through a snowy winter landscape near Oberstdorf, Bavaria, Germany, Jan. 6
Photo credit: Karl-Josef Hildenbrand / EPA
Cabin on Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington.
Photograph by Colin Brooks.
Snow rollers are a very rare phenomenon where snowballs form naturally by a very strong wind blowing across a flat, snow covered field when the snow is easily compacted (snow temperature near 32°F/0°C)
Referred to by locals of Willow, Alaska as the “Dr. Suess House”. It towers over the treetops and appears to have anywhere from 10 - 12 stories. Although it’s hard to figure out where one level ends and the next begins.
OMG it’s SNOWING - a lot - outside?!!! The weatherman LIED to me yet again (not that I’m complaining).