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+3 1. bella1 commented 6 years ago

Where was this taken ?
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+6 2. loscohones commented 6 years ago

what a psycho track...is it massive attack? i liked it
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+1 3. spaceludes commented 6 years ago

Taken by my friend in Moncton, NB. Canada.
Sountrack is "What's the Use" from the Siket disk, performed by Phish.
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+1 4. cameramaster commented 6 years ago

#1 I'd hazard a guess...somewhere cold !
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+5 5. nomaddaf commented 6 years ago

i don't mean to troll but what snow storm? That couldn't have been more than 2inches if that?
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+2 6. Deo commented 6 years ago

Knew I recognized that vid. I also did one in Moncton the same storm.
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+1 7. Finski commented 6 years ago

Summer in Finland.
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+1 8. Doolang commented 6 years ago

Can't really tell, but we got about 30-40 cm during this storm.
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-1 9. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Really cool video, wintry, quiet and peaceful, horrible choice of music. Have to mute to enjoy video. That must have been more than two inches of snow #5. Notice how the night is falling towards the end of the video.