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Discussion in 'Snow Talk' started by Fmr_Mr_Eski, Nov 7, 2014.
Gareth is that Emerald Lake Lodge in the Canadian Rockies?
Google suggests Norway.
I think Lauterbrunnen is one of the most absolutely charming villages I've seen, but agree with @TOFF, anywhere in snow is beautiful.
Maybe to Europeans and North Americans though, alot of these charming or quaint snow villages look quite similar and are taken for granted. Whereas Mt Buller, as much as people might bag it for whatever reasons, when it's covered in snow, and snow gums cascade beneath tons of white, and surrounding mountains of our Great Dividing Range all white too, it's a very unique panorama to any other country and quite beautiful. I think we sell ourselves short, and I think it's quite impressive to international visitors.
I stole it off facebook and only said Norway
Last time i was in stuben it was green grass at the bottom of that lift. no wonder i didnt recognise it as first but now i do!
throw a bit of snow around, turn on the lights, find a good camera angle and they all look nice.
Snow can hide a hell of a lot of crap!
Grindelwald is gorgeous
Camera needs to point further right. But yes, that is a nice sunny pasture.
Hides all the dead bodies and trash well.
New York is beautiful with snow, as long as you don't need to drive.
And as long as you escape before the thaw starts.
New York is beautiful with snow, Old Quebec City is simply amazing IMO.
this is how it should be done!!
Salzburg isn't a village either but doesn't fare too badly.
I've not been there, but would love to see Tallinn, looks magical in winter,