12 Wonderful Icebound Moscow

Wonderful Icebound Moscow

Posted on December 27, 2010 by team


There are many squirrels in this forest but only this one was ready to be photographed

Unbelievably beautiful

The other side of the coin –  such weather conditions completely froze the work of the Domodedovo Airport in Moscow

There is no electricity supply and thousands of passengers have to wait in the darkness for their planes. Even mobile telephone line doesn’t work properly

Location: Moscow

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12 Responses to “Wonderful Icebound Moscow”

  1. testicules says:

    First to say I am glad i live in a tropical climate.

  2. tlkh says:

    One day of rain in the middle of snowy winter. It happens not too often.

  3. DouglasUrantia says:

    the weight of the ice on the trees must be tremendous.

  4. Ugly American says:

    I’m surprised at how many low to the ground cars there are. I would think everybody would want an SUV living in such conditions.

    It is beautiful though.

  5. asteroid no. 444 says:

    Down here in Hicksville, 40 deg F (4.44444 C) is considered COLD!!

  6. ZeroDrop says:

    To remove the ice from these cars must be a tough job!
    The trees break on the weight of the ice.
    The pics are beautiful, but the damage and annoyance is big. I’ve never seen snow in here where I live.

  7. Zenf Reets says:

    OK that makes a lot of sense dude. Wow


  8. PTC says:

    Those pics make Moscow look like Icycle Land

  9. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    ICE STORM!!!

  10. Tanchezzz says:

    It’s beautifull, but it’s dangerous for birds, because they can not find/get food: there is ice anywhere :(

  11. Musa says:

    Except for the sound of cracking tree limbs and fallen branches, ice storms make everything appear magical.

  12. Funkdat says:

    Had a really bad ice storm like this in suburbs of chicago about 10 years ago it did not melt for at least a week after. We had trees falling days after the storm my buddy and i watched a 100 foot tree fall on a house out of nowhere 2 days after the storm.

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