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Another great image from you Luc ... thank you for sharing this! :yes:

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that can be hard work 

wonderful image

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Thanks Larry and Armando. In Holland heavy snowfall has become quite abnormal in the last 10-20 years or so.  I remember vividly the winters in my youth were much colder. When it snows it lasts only a few days, long enough though to completely disrupt all air and road traffic and also public transport so I'm lucky to be able to work from home.

 

Btw; the triangular shaped house in the centre is our house.

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