There is a car here, somewhere –
Norilsk climate is impressive not only in winter – here is a brooding storm over the city, spring 2009:
(image credit: Alexander Grishin)
Norilsk citizen's pasttime (and a popular extreme sport) – they call it "Buildering":
Snow being cleared from the Trans-Labrador Highway in northeastern Canada :
Similar "snow walled-in" road situation, this time in Japan :
These pictures are from Italy :
To dig (this car out), or not to dig?
Most of the time the answer is: yes, you'll have to dig!
Buses are encrusted in ice and snow in the Omaha , Nebraska suburb of Elkhorn , where a fire was being fought.
Archeological strata – cultural remains and natural sediments, buried over time…
Digging out a BMW E-series car in Canada :
The climate inside sometimes is not much better:
Some drivers fight back and make in their garage something entirely different:
Bizarre and Terror-inducing Icicles
Here is an impressive ice formation – Hard Rime Ice, most often seen atop mountains in winter –
Might as well head out and frolic in the snow:
But if you want to catch a ski lift, you might be out of luck:
Somewhere in Switzerland :