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30 Sep 2018 04:15

~The Larch Forest~


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30 Sep 2018 13:07

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Gorgeous photos, but I think for clarification, people should watch this :lol::

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05 Oct 2018 07:57

Winter is coming.  At least at 1100 masl in southern Norway.

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05 Oct 2018 17:58

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Source of the post At least at 1100 masl in southern Norway.

And here I was complaining about a mere 10 degree drop in my town's temperature. Geez, you'd better bring out the woolly mammoth fleece sweaters midtskogen!
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05 Oct 2018 23:20

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I love how winter doesn't just move southward -- it also moves downward in elevation.  It's always there, if you go high enough.

Here it's hovering around 1800 meters, but marching lower every week. :)
 
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06 Oct 2018 00:42

Where I live in Oslo, the first snow usually comes in late October but then almost always melts again.  It tends to stay around the turn of November and December, but sometimes not until late December.  This week there was some snow above 500 masl around Oslo, but just a dusting that quickly melted away.  The earliest snow I've experienced around Oslo was 6th September 1985.  The latest 1st June 2012 (but 12th June 1981 had snow which I can't remember).  The highest peaks in southern Norway around 2400 masl can have snow in any month.  I've seen fresh snow on the beaches in July and August, but that was at 79 degrees north.

Without seasons nature would be so dull.
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06 Oct 2018 16:10

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Correction: without our axial tilt and trigonometrically spherical planet, nature would be very dull. I mean, you know, if we are going to be specific. Oh yes, and for weather: our atmosphere, oceans, mountains and plants. And humans.

Okay, you know what, let's just go with what you said 8-).  
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