I love it how winter weather can bring so many people together wanting to do exactly the same thing, have fun with snow and ice!
Ice skaters in The Netherlands. [via]
Snow hikers in Davos, Switzerland. Photo by EPA/Arno Balzarini [via]
Heli skiing in British Columbia. [source]
Ice fishing on the frozen Yenisei River in Russia. Photo by Ilya Naymushin/Reuters [via]
People sledding in Oklahoma city. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman [via]
People enjoying themselves on Lake Pfaeffikersee, Switzerland. Photo by Reuters [source]
Major storms scare me, intrigue me and make me feel humble. Not fun to get caught in, but from a safe distance the stormy sky can also look hauntingly beautiful.
A lonely yacht sails towards an enormous storm rolling up the South coast of New South Wales (known as a southerly buster) in Australia during the 66th Sydney to Hobart Yacht race in 2010. [Photo by © Carlo Borlenghi/AFP/Getty Images] [via]
A scary looking supercell thunderstorm over the Montana prairie. [Photo by Sean R. Heavey] [via]
Electrical storm near Keota, Colorado. Amazing capture! [Photo by Robert Arn] [via]
Beautiful arcus storm cloud above Nebraska. [Photo by Ryan McGinnis]
Storm over Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada. It looks so massive you could almost mistake it for a mountain. [Photo by Paul Laplante]
Beautiful capture of a storm over the Caribbean Sea. [Photo by Irene Wigzell]