The third and the last photo are really beautiful. Which again brings the same question: why it is beautiful? What makes photo of snow-cowered, barren land aesthetically pleasing to more-or-less apes who evolved in lush subtropic areas?
Perhaps it's the quiet and feeling of peacefulness that usually accompanies falling/fallen snow? Or maybe it's the feeling of time standing still (icicles, silence)? Or perhaps it's because it can mean a day off from school or work? Or maybe it's because to vast swaths of densely populated areas it is simply rare?
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