Winter in Newfoundland can be cold and unwelcoming but not all is undesirable. This short photo library showcases some of the beauty of Mother Nature's winter gifts. 
The early morning sun casts a warming glow through the leafless trees atop a snow covered cliff in Pouch Cove, Newfoundland.
A wintery blanket of freshly fallen snow lies atop the cliffs behind the stilt houses of Quidi Vidi Village, Newfoundland
Cabot Tower surrounded by the snow covered cliffs of Signal Hill.
Canon, a relic from past war, sitting on the barren, snow blown, cliffs of Gibbet Hill on Signal Hill, Newfoundland.
The caribou monument, a war memorial, sits atop a snow covered rock surrounded by trees at Bowring Park, Newfoundland
A layer of freshly fallen snow sits atop the trees and field on a tranquil winter morning in Pouch Cove, Newfoundland
Squirrel feeding on birdseed that was left atop the freshly fallen snow by a visitor at Bowring Park, Newfoundland.
Tree highlighted by the early morning sun as a snow squall forms on the surface of the ocean along the distant horizon.
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