Tour Eiffel
(Eiffel Tower)
It’s freezing!

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20 thoughts on “-9°C

  1. I hope it will be warmer soon. I can’t wait for spring! >___<”

  2. Eww same here! -10 degrees! But Paris is nice still 🙂

  3. Wew, Paris! Haven’t seen snow in my life >.> Jelly~

  4. >.< I haven’t seen snow in my life T_______T

    • You too?
      I would have think it’s something one should experience at least once in their lifetime.
      …and on subsequent winters, get to warmer climates until the winter’s over! 🙂

      Try it, you’ll enjoy it! ;0


  5. Lovely photo!
    Sick of this cold weather 🙁 Can’t wait for the warmer temperatures!

    UK High Street Fashion

  6. But it’s so pretty! Hope you’re having fun! 🙂

    • I have to agree, it sure is!
      It was crazy weather out there!

      Sometimes, i actually like to throw myself and fall down into powder snow! Feel so refreshed…and fluffy after that!
      hahahaha!! ^.^


  7. Wow beautiful phography.


  8. Hideki, hello~♪( ´ ᴗ ` )

    Nice blog★

    You just got a new follower (○´∀`○)/☆

    Great photography! I really want to visit the Eiffel Tower.
    I love paris ๑(´∇` ๑)

    & Thank you so much for your comment✧

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