Even in Norway, it is a bit chaotic when the first snow hits the ground. Notice one of the ruts….
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This looks great in B&W.
Yes, looks like he went straight on 😉 Fine black and white photo.
This is a fine winter pattern, perfect in b&w.
Great curves, pattern and texture. Although one would not think the first snow would cause chaos there…
Beautiful observation and photo.
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Looks to me like some people were slipping and sliding a bit. I cannot imagine you all having any day there that would be chaotic.
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Wonderful. we’re still waiting for the snow in Paris
Great photo! you can feel the motion!
Oops someone didn’t turn!
I didn’t realise what your photo was until I opened it up. A great shot of the first snow.
Thank you for sharing
Great shot, love how you have used the lines to draw the eye into the image
Lovely in B&W.
Looks like there was a rebel among the pack who chose to go straight rather than curve.
I’m still waiting for our first snow!
whoops! Looks like someone had some problems! HOpe you have a lovely day- wehave snow now also!
i love your black and white photographs…
What a beautiful photo! As other say – it’s beautiful in black and white!
Stopping by from Image-in-ing!
That is definitely a sign of snow. I don’t think I would have considered car tracks as a photo–well done!!
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Perfect for monochrome.
We may get our first snow on Thursday!
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