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Frigid cold

This weekend, the temperate in Norway dropped dramatically. In Oslo, the temperate webt from around 0~5 degrees Celsius to -15 today. It’s quite painful to walk outside, especially because the wind is blowing quite stiffly. The river running just outside our office building also froze, and the ducks living there were hiding their heads in their bodies to stay warm. It’s wintertime indeed!

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  1. December 3, 2012    

    Reblogged this on RD Revilo.

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