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January 17 2009 Outside Stockholm


Marduk

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It was a cold day in Stockholm that day.

The morning began with -10,4°c and rose later by the day to -3,5°c, and it was barely any wind that day.

The weather was partly cloudy with some scattered clouds all day, and I decided to visit the public beach for some winter photos!

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Now it has finally frozen over, and you can truly see the border between the ice which was formed at the end of 2008 and the ice which was formed recently.

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Sunset is nearing.

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The January average has been quite normal this far, and despite that the snow amount has been much sparse! Very low temps during the beginning of 2009 but barely and snow cover, 3 cm at most. Jan 2006 had much the same temps like 2009 but the difference was a constant snow cover of 25-30 cm the whole month and the rest of the winter.

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Tree.

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Solid frozen water. Soon it will be a ice skating competion here in Stockholm when thousands of enthusiasts will skate down at the Mälar-ice from Uppsala to Stockholm, a 60 km track!

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Ice formations.

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  • Location: Sedgley/Dudley, West Midlands. 672ft/205m
  • Location: Sedgley/Dudley, West Midlands. 672ft/205m

    Some stunning pics there, thanks for sharing.

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