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Good morning with a picture from a journey to Islay last year:

Snow capped Ben Lomond (Journey to Islay)

#Islay #Scotland #picture #photoblog #photo #photography #mountains #snow #loch #landscape #BenLomond #LochLomond
Snow capped Ben Lomond (Journey to Islay)
 
Good morning with a picture from a journey to Islay a few years back:

Snow covered hilltops at the Rest and Be Thankful (Journey to Islay)

#Islay #Scotland #picture #photoblog #photo #photography #hills #snow #road #landscape #Munro #mountains #loch #restandbethankful
Snow covered hilltops at the Rest and Be Thankful (Journey to Islay)
 

severe-weather.EU auf Twitter: "Spring snowman in Madona, Latvia yesterday, May 12th. Thanks to Roberta Zarina for the report - posted with permission. https://t.co/abviaQwRlb" / Twitter


Meanwhile in some parts of Europe!
#spring #snow

https://twitter.com/severeweatherEU/status/1260479912772763648
 
Bild/Foto

@Cass M thought of you with the snow!

#humor #snow
 
#graffiti #moss #snow #calligraphy #invisible #paint

Clean Vandals: Invisible Paint & Reverse Graffiti Artists Work in Gray Areas | Urbanist



The word “graffiti” usually conjures images of people with spray cans illegally making murals or jotting down tags using colorful paints. A lot artistic interventions use other tools and materials, though, subverting expectations and working in (literal and legal) gray areas to create works without leaving a conventional trace. Consider, for instance, the massive deep sea monsters, jungle predators and swamp creatures of Russian illustrator Nikita Golubev that lurk in the grimy shadows on the sides and backs of trucks.
Clean Vandals: Invisible Paint & Reverse Graffiti Artists Work in Gray Areas
 
#graffiti #moss #snow #calligraphy #invisible #paint

Clean Vandals: Invisible Paint & Reverse Graffiti Artists Work in Gray Areas | Urbanist



The word “graffiti” usually conjures images of people with spray cans illegally making murals or jotting down tags using colorful paints. A lot artistic interventions use other tools and materials, though, subverting expectations and working in (literal and legal) gray areas to create works without leaving a conventional trace. Consider, for instance, the massive deep sea monsters, jungle predators and swamp creatures of Russian illustrator Nikita Golubev that lurk in the grimy shadows on the sides and backs of trucks.
Clean Vandals: Invisible Paint & Reverse Graffiti Artists Work in Gray Areas
 

(20) SBCFireInfo auf Twitter: „#CaveFire- UPDATE- Snow falling and accumulating at the 3,500 foot level on the fire footprint atop E. Camino Cielo Thanksgiving morning. The recently charred chaparral covered in snow is a rare sight for the Santa Barbara South Coast. https://t.co/uLJLJXxekq“ / Twitter


Crazy. Wildfire and snow in one week!
#snow #wildfire #california

https://twitter.com/EliasonMike/status/1200088158609666049
 

Dogs are the best people auf Twitter: „Sorry. No doggos today. Just this nice snowy landscape. https://t.co/AQ71OCGho1“ / Twitter


#dog #dogs #snow

https://twitter.com/_TheBestDogs/status/1196154798825000960
 
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