24 December 2012

Frozen Inside and Out

It's cold in Moscow:  -23 C or -10 F.  This is a picture of my front door, from the warm and toasty interior where the ambient temperature is 24 C or 75 F.

Where there is a slight perforation allowing a sliver of air to seep in, we have a nice chunk of frozen precipitation (see the white stuff).  

1 comment:

  1. Wow! This reminds me of a trip I took many years ago in Northern Colorado. The valve stems on several of our tires were not capped, so overnight the moisture in them froze (and expanded), which displaced the valve stems and...we awoke to two out of four flat tires! A hard lesson learned. :)