Saturday, 23 February 2013

Depth of Snow as a Measure of Despair
Vienna in Winter

Snow Depth as a Measure of Despair
23 February 2013
8:00:25 AM
© by Merisi

For more snow and ice follow these links:
-> Photographing near the Polar Circle, Henning Wüst, photographer and photojournalist, Lapland
-> Photographing ice and snow in the Arctis and Antarctis, Fine Arts Photographer Lydia Reinprecht
-> A novel that takes you deep into polar expeditions and human endurance, back in the 19th century and in more recent times, Christoph Ransmayr's "The Terrors of Ice and Darkness, in the congenial translation of the great John E. Woods
-> Merisi's weather reports, Vienna in Winter

5 comments:

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    *grin*

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  2. Everyone has an opinion!

    We have half a meter of snow left.

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  3. Ah, it does look SO cold, Merisi!! Beautiful, but cold!! We actually have a little sun today!!! Hooray!! Have a great weekend and stay warm!!

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  4. At some point, the depth of the snow becomes so overwhelming and ridiculous that despair turns to laughter. Maniacal laughter, but laughter nonetheless.

    The Voice of Experience
    ;-)

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  5. We are seeing early signs of Spring -- but she's a fickle lady and may run away at any moment.

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