Thursday, December 20, 2007

Bucharest snow

So many things to do, so many pictures to post, and so less time. This snow is from Sunday noon. I think it deserves a post: it was wonderful, reminding me of childhood...
Thanks everybody for your comments on the previous post!

12 comments:

  1. I am happy, that you can enjoy about snowing! We just are waiting still and this is quite rare in this time of year in our latitude, but sometimes it is happening.
    We will go to the southern part of Finland for Christmas, so, we will get Christmas without snow, but the most important thing is, that the whole family can be together.
    Hopefully your harries will stop soon!
    Take care!

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  2. Lara, those photos make me wish that sometimes I could have snow where I live. Unfortunately I only get rain.
    Nice photos. And Christmas is almost arriving...

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  3. I just hope that we won't get any snow! But I wouldn't like rain either. I'm too difficult.

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  4. Thanks for the snow! We don't get any around here. Today it will be 73F, 23C.

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  5. I see that the weather is so very similar to Canada at this time of year. Have a warm Christmas!

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  6. a very nice group of shots!, I always enjoy the snow.

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  7. Jackie9:06 pm

    More lovely photos - Bucharest isn't my favourite place, but I guess covered in snow it could look quite pretty!

    Jackie
    Glasgow Daily Photo

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  8. Beautiful photos, Lara. I like those snowflakes, I always enjoy looking at them falling.

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  9. The snow reminds always our children's age, specifically if they are days of Christmas.

    Enjoy it

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  10. It's better to have too much to post than too little. I don't get a chance to see falling snow very often so when I do, it's always a treat.

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  11. This grey sky is telling us snow is not near to stop!

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  12. Snow is wonderful and causes me to recall many happy childhood memories. Of course, when you get too much snow and have to shovel out almost daily, the back gets weak and the fond memories dim:) But I still marvel at the beauty of newly fallen snow. Enjoy the holidays and Merry Christmas!

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