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Mani ghiacciate / Frozen hands

Anche se i raggi del sole scaldano più del solito per la stagione sulle vette dei miei monti c'è ancora tanta neve. E' ancora tempo di lana che mi tenga al caldo le mani mentre passeggio nei boschi cercando di scorgere primule, anemoni e altri fiori precursori della primavera...

Although the sun is warmer than it usually is in this season, on the top of my mountains there's still a lot of snow. It's still a time for wool, to keep my hands warm as I roam through the woods trying to spot primroses, anemones and other wild flowers who announce the coming of springtime...


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  1. Very beautiful !!!! Ideal for keeping your hands warm !!!!!

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  2. Qui son tre giorni che sembra primavera(miracolo!),quindi mi fa un certo effetto vedere la neve!

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  3. Questi guanti si portano sempre volentieri, oggi per esempio qui era una bella giornata ma ventosa e non mi davano fastidio. Sono belli, però non riesco a capire se sono all'uncinetto o ai ferri.

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  4. Wow - love your mitts - look so warm against the snow!
    Ali

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  5. Che bello fare palle di neve con i mezzi guanti !!!.....qui da noi neanche un fiocco ....ancora spero nell'ondata di freddo che dicono arriva a giorni ciao

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  6. Da noi, da quando ho montato le gomme termiche, non si vede più un fiocco di neve...belli i tuoi guanti!! Adoro!

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