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Posted by
ursulakatariina (Ed, Sweden) on 21 January 2013 in Sport & Recreation and Portfolio.

On Saturday we also saw this dude on the ice. Doesn't he seem to be missing some clothes?

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS 1/160 second F/8.0 ISO 100 86 mm

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Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Emmehän me Pohjoisen Karhut tunne kylmää vielä noissa pakkasissa, minä luulen ja tuo luulee myös.

21 Jan 2013 5:21am

@Jypyä Pop: Hehe, siltähän tuo näyttää, että ei pakkanen tunnu...

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

I was gonna say: After all, we know the Northern Bears still in those cold winter conditions, I think, and that thinks too.

21 Jan 2013 5:21am

@Jypyä Pop: It seems he doesn't feel the cold...

Richard from Ellemford, United Kingdom

Love it! That's what youth and exercise does for you!

21 Jan 2013 7:28am

@Richard: Thank you!
I had three layers of clothes and when I saw him I started to feel very cold... :)

Doug from Burnham-on-Sea, United Kingdom

He'll be fine he has his gloves on !

21 Jan 2013 7:46am

@Doug: Yeah, at least he can feel his fingers... :)

Oiva from Turku, Finland

Nice picture, huh huh boy is too in small clothes ice skating, it is dangerous to alarum!:-))Haleja!

Hullua touhua eikö kukaan ole sanonut kaverille että se on vaarallista!

Have a nice Monday to both of you!

21 Jan 2013 8:06am

@Oiva: Thanks. He could have put some more clothes on... Or maybe he just is so cool...

Have a nice Monday evening!

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

(Off topic) I used to go skiing, I never persuaded Mrs E to come with me, she always assumed that it "Would be too bloody cold", I used to overheat so badly that after the first 20 minutes, I used to ski with no jacket on(Obviously, I needed to put it back on when waiting for the ski lifts) This guy is thin as a rake, so he obviously converts food into heat very efficiently.

21 Jan 2013 8:54am

@CElliottUK: I can imagine skiing makes people feel very warm but I still don't think I could be without my coat in these temperatures. :)
I sure wish my body was as efficient converting the food I eat to heat I need. :)

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Nice shot, he's obviously working hard to keep his body temperature up :-)

21 Jan 2013 9:28am

@Curly: Thank you. He was skating all over the lake so maybe he managed to keep the temperature high enough.

Christine from Ellemford, United Kingdom

Nuts!.....great shot though

21 Jan 2013 3:50pm

@Christine: I agree, nuts he is. :)
Thank you!

Ari from Turku, Finland

No huh, meillä eräs mamu meni kauppaan viime viikolla -20 varvastossuissa

21 Jan 2013 4:55pm

@Ari: Irkkulassa sitä näki vaikka minkälaista kulkijaa talvella varvastossuissa, mutta enpä muista, että ihan kahdenkympin pakkasilla olisin ketään niin pienissä nähnyt... Alkoi moinen ajatus omia varpaita paleltamaan välittömästi. :)

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Have you ever been to Newcastle on a bitterly cold weekend night? Trust me, this boy is dressed compared to those in Newcastle.
Looks fun out there on the lake.

21 Jan 2013 4:58pm

@The Mouse: Oh yeah, I didn't remember all those young girls in Dublin in weekend nights... Compared to them this boy has very much clothes on. I guess the people in Newcastle dress like those girls in Dublin...
It was fun being on the lake, I just wish I had skates...

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

I feel cold just looking at him withut a coat! Great capture.

21 Jan 2013 5:51pm

@Ruthiebear: I wanted to give my jacket to him...
Thank you!

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

Nice one, as long as he has his gloves on he will be ok

21 Jan 2013 11:30pm

@Alun: Thanks. I hope he'll be ok...

Devi from Chennai, India

That's young blood !!!

23 Jan 2013 7:45am

@Devi: It must be the young blood. :)

Canon PowerShot SX30 IS
1/160 second
ISO 100
86 mm