Snow is creating major problems across Europe and Cold Weather Action is in full swing in many regions of England increasing health risks. But there is also a picturesque side to the big chill:

An aerial view of the small eastern city of Kalinovik covered by snow during winter at night, February 9, 2012. Europe's bitterly cold weather killed another 33 people on Monday, with Bosnia recording its eighth victim after an 87-year-old woman died of hypothermia.Reuters
A view of Rome after a snow fall as seen from Monte Mario's hillReuters
Walkers Henry Logg (L) and Lloyd Murray stand in Gibson Cave, Teesdale, northern EnglandReuters
A man pours water on himself as another rubs himself with snow on the ice-covered Lisi Lake, with the air temperature at about minus 6 degrees Celsius (21.2 degrees Fahrenheit), in TbilisiReuters
Harald Kronsteiner, an official of harbour authority watches as the icebreaker boat makes its way through frozen Danube harbour in Linz February 9, 2012Reuters
A woman passes by a car, covered with snow and dirt, during winter in central MoscowReuters
Helicopter pilot Cusnjar Cedomir tries to land during an emergency evacuation of an old man suffering from stroke, in the isolated village of Donji Drezen in eastern Bosnia, February 9, 2012. Europe's bitterly cold weather killed another 33 people on Monday, with Bosnia recording its eighth victim after an 87-year-old woman died of hypothermia.Reuters
An aerial view of the isolated city of Nevesinje, which has gone without water and electricity for the past five days after power lines and infrastructure were damaged by heavy snowfall in eastern Bosnia, February 9, 2012. Europe's bitterly cold weather killed another 33 people on Monday, with Bosnia recording its eighth victim after an 87-year-old woman died of hypothermia.Reuters
An aerial view of pine forests near the central Bosnian town of Vlasic covered by snow in winter, February 9, 2012. Europe's bitterly cold weather killed another 33 people on Monday, with Bosnia recording its eighth victim after an 87-year- old woman died of hypothermia.Reuters
Among smokers, people who prefer mentholated cigarettes tend to have more strokes than non-menthol smokers - and this seems to be especially true for women and non-African Americans, according to a North American study.Reuters