So only American Bald Eagles & crazy wildlife photographers venture out in snowy weather, with temperatures at -26 degrees C with wind chill at -35 degrees C.
But when you have to hunt to eat, there are no snow days (for eagles, that is).
At the time, I spotted the eagle, the snow had stopped and there was some sun behind the clouds, which gave a soft blue look to the sky. And those white spots, are ice crystals in the air.
The last photo is an area of in the Provincial Park that freezes each year and does not melt until late May due to its shady location. The freezing of the water into icicles demonstrates the chilliness of the air.