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The Lonely Road To Glasgow
Scotland

Shortly after the sun set on the shortest day of the year, just as the temperature starts to drop to what has been old of the coldest winters on record. Over the past few nights it has been around -11c in this area. It's not normal to see such cold weather in this region but it seems to be becoming more and more normal as time passes.

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Tags: winter; ice; cold; frozen; wonderland; snow
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