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“Weather Bomb” is the name of this photograph. I took this photograph a few minutes ago. Opening the front door, I took this snapshot while bending down. We are in the middle of a raging blizzard, only in Newfoundland and Labrador you say?
A weather bomb is a drop of 24 decibels in 24 hours causing very drastic weather conditions as you can see.
Yesterday I was taking photographs of butterflies and flowers. What a change?
Now all the walking trails are covered with snow. We’re expecting at least 40cm of snow and because of the blizzard he could be several meters in places.
I guess you are very unlucky not to live in Newfoundland and Labrador? All of us love snow! Not really, now we have to find our winter boots and coats again. I am a bit headstrong because I am not going to take out the snow blower! To make matters worse, many of the snow plow operators are on strike So many roads are very treacherous.
This photograph was level adjusted, sharpened in the lab color U. S. M. 100, 2, 1, and the saved for the web.

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