In February 2017, the most snow was recorded in Iceland. It covered church, streets, houses, cars, and people who were walking outside. These photos will show you how it looked when snowfall covered all the places.
The previous record snowfall was 55 cm in January 1937.
The thickness of the snow was around 51 centimeters (January 2017).
The photographer woke up at 3 a.m. and went out to take some photos.
The talented photographer is Gunnar Freyr. He has successfully faced the challenge of photographing city during the heavy snowfall.
Even tough the snow kept covering his camera, he always tried to capture that moment perfectly.
It must be very cold but it’s also beautiful, isn’t it?
Source: bored panda, Gunnar Freyr, BBC
Originally posted 2017-04-10 06:09:23.