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Monochrome Monday 5-40

It’s winter, here, you know. Snow is usually part of the winter. In the past, I noted several times, snow isn’t that common in winter in my region anymore. During my childhood, the temperatures were below 0°C from November until End of March. Snow was on the ground for building snowmen, go sledging or having snowball-fights. Lakes and ponds had frozen surfaces to go ice-skating all winter.

Over the years, the start of winter got postponed. Less snow from year to year. Nowadays a thin snowy blanket is a rare event. Nearly no-one knows how to drive under these circumstances. Traffic-jams are the result and a number of car accents.

Nowadays even the freezing days are rare. Ice-skating on a pond or a lake? Don’t think about it. Even when there is an ice surface, this layer is too thin for step upon it. Nowadays, most time of the winter the temperatures are between 5°C and 15°C instead of below 0°C.

Take care!

2 thoughts on “Monochrome Monday 5-40”

  1. hi Dear André! 🙂 >”temperatures are between 5°C and 15°C instead of below 0°C.” and to note Climate has Its Own Cycles! 🙂 otherwise, ‘climate change’ due to *SicM$thFuc* Ruling the whole world has certainly an impact… and I lately read those words: “With all Humanity gone, the Planet will finally be all Green.” I do agree with. it is hard to say… but True.
    Nowadays, WE All should live each day as if it is our last. OR WE should try to weigh each instant, not as if it were our last, but as if it were our first.
    Ah!!!!
    who knows? 😛
    what’s next? 😉

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