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Back garden, Appiehouse, Stenness, Orkney
Scotland

This is my back garden. Winters seem to be getting snowier these days. It is unusual for us to have snow before the new year and when we do have it it tends to last less than a week. This year we have had more than a fortnight already.

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Uploaded: 18/12/2010
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