Since the weather report said it was going to be a heavy snow, I left a car at home this morning and went to work by train. So I walked from the Fukui station to the building of Bhutan Museum (here we have an office) through the side of Fukui Castle. Because of a surprisingly good weather, I felt like a comfortable morning walk. However after that the snow came again.
Snowy morning in Fukui begins with a scenery of snow shoveling. A camera person was shooting it.
Students walking on the frozen snowy road are used to walking on such a surface.
Some ducks floated in the moat.
The most recent change in the scenery of Fukui Castle's site is that this Yamazato-guchi-gomon gate was restored.
Pine trees are protected by ropes against snow in the central park. The dark part in the lower right is not a road but a pond.
Snow is also a great enemy for coin parking lots.