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Bruces Stone In Winter
Scotland

As the sun sets on the shortest day of the year the temperature starts to drop again for another unusually cold night. The temperature here has been getting as low as -11c in the nights leading up to this day. From this day the nights will get longer and longer and soon summer will be with us again!

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Uploaded: 23/12/2010
Updated: 12/06/2014
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