We're in the middle of our biggest snowfall in London for 15 years.
There aren't any buses this morning (6 million people use them each day, so this is quite controversial). And there aren't any trains in and out of much of the capital, certainly from the southern inner suburbs like Camberwell where I live.
One of my main childhood memories of snow was the effect it had on the form of cars. How it would exaggerate features, and size, and smother other detail. This, and the gentleness of atmosphere that suddenly lands like a blanket over even a city. Out there right now people are trudging about just to experience the change, and have wide grins on their faces.
It'll surprise few of you that I've never really grown up. So if you're pretending to get on like a normal Monday, and think it's smart to fight through the snow to get to a desk, have fun out there.
But there's another way to separate the men from the boys. Revel in the snow and check out the The Movement Design Bureau 'guess that car' Flickr photoset. Click on the collage below and be the first to identify any of the cars you can. Feel free to argue.
The person we consider to demonstrate the highest degree of car nerd observation powers (apart from Joe) gets a day on our Segway (when the snow's melted).
Posted by Mark Charmer.