Illustration of a snow shovel, a snow-removal tool that consists of a wide, lightweight blade with narrow edges, affixed to a handle. Snow shovels help to clear snow from driveways and sidewalks.
A happy family enjoys a winter holiday at a family ski resort. The family is photographed in the snow wearing outwear of green, blue, and white. Their skis are propped up on back of them.
A skier in a yellow helmet and yellow outerwear skis down a steep mountain incline, leaving a spray of snow behind him. If the bright blue skies don't warm the skier on the way down, a cup of hot chocolate awaits him at the bottom.
A snowy, nighttime scene of a long, winding road in Alberta, Canada, is punctuated by the colorful aurora borealis. White, yellow, and light pink lights are featured in the indigo blue sky.
Black and white picture of a snowman, made by rolling three snowballs along snow-covered ground. The largest snowball is positioned on the ground; the two smaller snowballs are stacked on top to form the torso and head of the snowman.
A close-up photograph of a headlight and brush guard, on a bright, red, sport utility vehicle. Whether you are driving through snow, up a mountain, on tree-filled trails, or through muddy fields, you ask a lot of your SUV.
Picture of a central air conditioning compressor partially covered with snow. Central air conditioning is a luxury on hot summer days, and a must in sticky, humid climates.
A pair of antique skis leans against a wooden barrel. When there is snow on the ground, nothing is better than putting on your ski equipment and heading downhill. Put on your helmet, gloves, skis, and boots, and grab your poles.
The northern lights explode over a snowy mountain range in Alaska, resulting in a dramatic, green sky. Visitors to the arctic can expect a dramatic environment with powerful extremes.
These preserved trenches from World War I in France were dug in the deep woods, giving soldiers the cover they needed during battle. Today they are empty but for a couple of inches of snow, and the scene is peaceful and serene.
Wayne Rowley wasn't sure what he saw sticking out of a snow bank in northern B.C. Then he realized they were the legs of a moose calf stuck, upside-down and unable to get free from the deep powder.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Wed, 14 Feb 2018 18:00:00 EST.