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<b>Snowmen lounging on a bench in Bell Park</b>

Snowmen lounging on a bench in Bell Park

Have you spotted these snow sculptures hanging out by Ramsey Lake?
This little squirrel is having some snowy fun

This little squirrel is having some snowy fun

Susan Loewen snapped this cute little squirrel having himself some fun in the snow. Sudbury.com welcomes submissions of local photography. Send high-resolution images to apickard@sudbury.com or click the Share Your: Photo link on our homepage.
She snapped a photo of pussy willows blooming in December

She snapped a photo of pussy willows blooming in December

Pretty bloomin' cool
Snowy wonderland for holiday services

Snowy wonderland for holiday services

André Perrin shared this photo he snapped of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Manitowaning on Manitoulin Island, blanketed in a thick carpet of snow for Christmas mass "in a snowy wonderland.
Kris Kringle stops by Tom Davies on Friday

Kris Kringle stops by Tom Davies on Friday

Louis Street Christmas Celebration welcomes Santa Claus to Tom Davies Square
<b>After this morning's weather, here's a reminder of winter's beauty</b>

After this morning's weather, here's a reminder of winter's beauty

Photographer Leanna Mongrain shares some delightful seasonal images
Photos from out on the roads today

Photos from out on the roads today

Got images from the treacherous conditions on the roads today? Sudbury.com wants to see them
<b>Frozen beauty:</b> Photographer gets up close and personal with a snowflake

Frozen beauty: Photographer gets up close and personal with a snowflake

Got a cool winter photo? We want to see it
<b>Video:</b> Wolves players having some fun on the bench

Video: Wolves players having some fun on the bench

Darian Pilon and Conor Ali do the "YMCA" during a break in play.
A November morning paddle on Ramsey Lake

A November morning paddle on Ramsey Lake

Reader Paxton Allewell snaps peaceful pic of a classic Sudbury sight