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30 Images capturing the beauty and harshness of winter in the US.

 

Do not forget to check out the video at the end of the post.

Here’s the Teaser 

 

Enjoy the Beauty of Winter .

Lake Erie Thawing

 

First Snow of 2017

 

When Lake Erie is your frozen playground

 

The Beauty of Snow over Fall Colors

 

Fresh Snow on Mountain Huts

 

Snow-Fall

 

A frozen Lake and That’s me.

 

A frozen lake Erie – a day after polar vortex hit the North East dropping the mercury to -25 degrees C (Feels like -35 Degrees C) .

 

A frozen lake Erie – a day after polar vortex hit the North East dropping the mercury to -25 degrees C (Feels like -35 Degrees C) .

 

Homeless on a winter day.

 

Vibrant Winter

 

Moods of Winter

 

Lake Erie and the lighthouse

 

Birds gather on a Semi frozen Lake

 

Top View of a Lighthouse on a Frozen Lake Erie

 

Snow-Red

 

Frozen Slide – Toboggan Chutes – The fastest and highest in Ohio.

 

My Frozen Neighborhood

 

Frozen Forest

 

My Frozen neighborhood once again.

 

My Frozen Parking, a week after the polar vortex of 2019

 

Fresh snow during the fall

 

My Frozen Car

 

A Snow Cleaning Vehicle covered in Snow

 

A frozen playground

 

Through the Frozen Forest

 

Fresh snowfall on the Colorful Smoky mountains

 

Walking on a Frozen Lake Erie.

 

Infinite Horizon – Frozen Pier on a Frozen Lake Erie.

 

Walking over a frozen Lake Erie with friends and the DJI Mavic Pro

Steam in the Valley | Ohio

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Every year, during the end of September to start of October, weeks before it is covered in beautiful, colourful foliages of all hues, a 400 ton ‘beast’ chugs through the scenic valley of Cuyahoga National Park and provides visitors with an unique experience to cherish a lifetime.

Riding on this 400 ton of historic wonder I was left awestruck on my first ride of the Nickel Plate Road no. 765 last year and could not wait to share my experience of the same with everyone.

Ironically, with a major overhaul on way for my photo blog, things had to wait.

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Devil’s Den | Snorkeling at Florida’s Pre-Historic Underground spring

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Right in the heart of North Florida lies an underground spring that contains ancient human and animal artifacts, rock formations with stalactites, fossil beds dating back 33 million years and maintains a water temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22 degrees Celsius) round the year. The best thing about this place – You can take a swim in the pristine blue waters of this unique spring. But before you make your plan, few things you should know …

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