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cold Military winter graphic about snowflakes blue background.

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Winter,Free vector,Cold,Backgound,snowflakes

This vector contains the following main colors: Midnight Blue,Black Rock,Jacarta,Navy Blue,Mine Shaft
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Winter wiki:
>For other uses, see Winter (disambiguation). Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. Astronomically, it begins with the winter solstice (around December 21 in the Northern hemisphere and June 21 in the Southern hemisphere), and ends with the spring equinox (around March 21 in the Northern hemisphere and September 23 in the Southern hemisphere). In meteorology, it is by convention counted instead as the whole months of June, July and August in the Southern hemisphere and December, January and February in the Northern hemisphere. See more at

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