MTL Blog has made a compilation of photos and videos of Montreal at its winter best below, and people showing their appreciation for such.\nTake some time this winter to appreciate what our beloved city looks like when the white snow takes it over!\nSee photos & videos of Montreal looking all white and fluffy below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\n\nEveryone always seems to get excited for the first snowfall in Montreal, but then as the second and the third roll around, people tend to lose sight of the snow's magic. So, MTL Blog is here to remind you of it! I've made a compilation of photos and videos of Montreal looking its winter best, and by that, I mean filed with snow. These pictures are sure to revamp your love for this snowy city.\nI get it, it can be so hard to appreciate winter while you're living it — truly no one is ever prepared for it. But, learning to love Montreal during all of its seasons is something every local learns to do!\nMontreal in the snow becomes the perfect place for photoshoots, even though we know the models are probably freezing their booties off. But, if you look at it with the right mindset, you can just think of us Montrealers as getting to walk the "white carpet" every day.\nSo, if the cold weather is getting you down, take a look at these photos of Montreal looking lovely as the snow takes over the city and get a little inspiration from the people showing some serious snow appreciation!\n\nTo start off, this is the energy I want us all going into 2020 with — especially since we have no idea how long this year's winter is going to last.\nI woke up annoyed at the weather forecast, but then I was walking behind a kid yelling, “ I LOVE THE SNOW!” and two dogs in front of me were enthusiastically rolling around in it, so I said, “F*ck it! I’m joining the party.” Happy Monday, Montreal! ❄️❄️— Toula Drimonis (@ToulasTake) November 11, 2019\n\nIf you ask me, it's pretty hard to hate winter in Montreal, since we get to see our favourite city's landmarks in a whole new light. A much brighter, whiter light.\n View this post on Instagram Ouuf la ville est belle quand il neige⚜️ . . . . #heatercentral #imagesofcanada #explorecanada #creativeoptic #way2ill #illgrammers #moodygrams #fatalframes #shotzdelight #agameoftones #visualsoflife #killyourcity #streets_vision #reflectiongram #hsdailyfeature #gramslayers #visualsoflife #lensbible #wonderful_places #ecletic_shotz #beautifuldestinations #architecture_hunter #visualambassadors #neverstopexploring #visualmobs #mtlblog #livemontreal #mtlmoments #winter @mtlblog @livemontreal @goodlifemtl A post shared by 🚧 Montreal | Canada 🍁 (@ericbranover) on Dec 11, 2019 at 2:11pm PST\n\nHas St. Joseph's Oratory ever looked so good?\n\nAnd, during the winter, the Old Port looks better than we have ever remembered.\n View this post on Instagram Snow/ice storm coming today 😥 Are y’all ready for this? ❄️ | 📷: @ericbranover #eatplaylive A post shared by Montreall.com (@montreall) on Apr 15, 2018 at 9:08am PDT\n\nPlus, once the snow hits, your nightly walks get a whole lot nicer.\nA night in Montreal pic.twitter.com/YekqKP4Wcu— ℳ𝓲𝓼𝓼𝓸🌙|𝟙𝟠-𝟙𝟝-𝟞| Depressed Habs fan (@ffsMete) December 31, 2019\n\n \nSnow time; Vive la neige ⛄️ #mtl #Montreal #snow #neige #weather #météo #video @meteomedia @weathernetwork @breakingweather @weatherchannel pic.twitter.com/zMXriI4WUw— Daniel Béland (@danielbeland) December 31, 2019\n\nColourful lights take over the city at the same time the snow does, and they make quite the beautiful duo.\n\nThe typical Plateau round stairs that scare the heck out of most of us manage to look beautiful in this photo. A success, indeed.\n View this post on Instagram Juste une rue A post shared by 1977 M P H (@1977mph) on Dec 31, 2019 at 8:42am PST\n\nNot so scary after all, right? \nOne of my favourite things about Montreal in the winter has to be the snow freezing onto the branches of trees\nParc Lafontaine #iphone11pro #shotoniphone11pro #montreal #snow #lepmr #plateaumontroyal #parclafontaine #snow https://t.co/vWrFGtVb9r pic.twitter.com/xM7GsMIH1W— Jonathan Nouvellon (@NouvellonPhoto) December 31, 2019 \n\n \n \n \n \n \n btcproduction | Instagram\n \n \n \nYour favourite parks suddenly have an entirely new awe to them.\n\nAnd, to warm your heart in the face of this cold weather, here is a video of adults getting as excited for snow as they did when they were children. \n View this post on Instagram Uma explosão de fogos pra vc, Ops de FLOCOS! 🤪🥰❄️ #winter #winterwonderland #canada🇨🇦 #montreal #momishere #myworld #snowflakes A post shared by Priscila (@daybydaydapri) on Dec 31, 2019 at 8:41am PST\n\nMontréal is blanketed with a fresh layer of snow this morning - a fitting way to ring in the new year. Clean slate, fresh start, new possibilities... and the joy of building a snowman!Happy New Year to all! 🥳🥳🥂 pic.twitter.com/FOz3dpsDmu— Ann Marie Boulanger (@TradProteus) December 31, 2019\n\nAnd yes it's true, you are never too old to make a snowman!\nHave I convinced you into loving the snow yet?\n\nAnd voici, a real Montrealer embracing what the weather gods have given us.\n View this post on Instagram Coffee and Snow , woopwoop #montreal #2020 #Coffee #canada A post shared by Filali Saksak Najim (@najimfilali) on Dec 31, 2019 at 8:44am PST\n\nBecause as Montrealers, we don't feel the cold... Or at least we like to think so.\n View this post on Instagram ❄🇨🇦 ! 2k19 to 2k20 #newyear #newlife #newgoal 🚀💫 #bestrong #bebetter #beyourself ✊🏽💪🏾 A post shared by Simon DENISE (@symon_sdcoach) on Dec 31, 2019 at 8:33am PST\n\nMontreal is, undoubtedly, beautiful all year round. But, in the winter, it becomes a magical place for photoshoots.\n View this post on Instagram J'apprends à m'aimer pour ce que je suis maintenant et non pour ce que je voudrais être. Celui qui ne sait pas reconnaître sa propre valeur ne peut reconnaître la valeur des autres. La clé du bonheur est de s'accepter soi-même, au lieu de chercher à se faire accepter des autres. Sur ce, bonne année 2020 ma gang de fou ❤️🔥❤️ A post shared by Maxime Loiselle (@ml_shoot) on Dec 31, 2019 at 8:29am PST\n\nWe all seem to look like angels when we're surrounded by this white fairy dust.\n\n \nTapis blanc; white carpet; #neige #snow #mtl #Montreal #weather @weathernetwork @breakingweather @weatherchannel @meteomedia @Montreal @TourismeQuebec pic.twitter.com/XTSHK3gyOm— Daniel Béland (@danielbeland) December 31, 2019\n\n\n \n \n \n \n \n m4manish.parmar | Instagram\n \n \n \nBut, of course, the majority of the time, it's nicer to stare at the snow from a distance.\n View this post on Instagram I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says, "Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again. #montreal #snowy #morningmood A post shared by Alex (@alexdanh) on Dec 31, 2019 at 6:20am PST\n\nAnd, by a distance, I mean from inside.\n\nAll this snow ends up creating a community with us Montrealers.\nTake this photo for example, where one of MTL Blog's writers' cars got stuck in the snow and five strangers came to help push it out.\n\n \n \n \n \n \n katinagee | Instagram\n \n \n \nAnd speaking of cars, here's someone who knows what to do when the snow piles on top of every car in the city.\n\n \n \n \n \n \n wassima_nukar | Instagram\n \n \n \nA snowy masterpiece!\n\nSo Montrealers, I hope you take some time this winter season to appreciate all the gifts the snow fairies have bestowed on us. As they say, may your days be merry and bright!