Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

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I’m sure you’re aware that Europe has been getting a big dump of snow due to some Siberian winds travelling further south than usual and meeting up with warm, moist Mediterranean air. The result? The photos above.  St Jean de Sixt has a swag of beauty to offer, making photography far easier for an impatient person like me than it should be. As you can see from the usual mannequin photo, all the lady’s friends below the balcony have taken shelter from the cold conditions, but a fake flower shop has appeared to keep her company — perfect shop type for these chilly days. Enjoy the photos.


I’m a technical author, journalist and writer from Australia who has been living in Europe since 2000 and exploring the world from there. My passions are writing, snow sports and travel.

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5 comments on “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow
  1. Nice Photos! Doesn’t the snow make everything look beautiful?!

  2. Love the photos! The blue sky and good light really sets the snow off (or maybe the snow sets the sky off?)

  3. you have a nice eye. I particularly like the icicle and the church photo’s. It is good of you to keep us in the sunshine connected to the beauty of the snow … wish it was us!!!

  4. We haven’t had a flake that’s stuck on the ground here yet. I want a winter wonderland!

  5. Wendy says:

    Thanks for all the lovely comments – you’re all very kind, and Samantha, I hope you get some snow soon!

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Wendy Hollands writer in Annecy, France

I'm an experienced technical writer based in the French Alps. I enjoy learning French language nuances, winter sports and travel. Drop by wendyhollands.com, my other site.

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