As someone living in an equatorial country, where it's summer all year long, winter is my favorite season whenever I find myself in a temperate country, be it on the coast where one can feel the winds of the sea or a snowy inland like in OP's picture. The cold makes you feel sharp and alive. And there's also that comfy feeling where you're by the fireplace enjoying some nice winter snacks and a warming beverage (I like rum and hot chocolate). Although, I woodn't want to be in a situation where I'd have to shovel snow, like having a driveway. People have this notion that living in a tropical country, where its summer all year long, is somehow a pleasant and fun experience. That's true when you're on vacation, but believe me - it gets boring and stressful when you actually have to live in one fulltime. You have to deal with insects, sweltering heat, a higher chance of getting a heatstroke, and your brain preforms worse when its hot.
I suppose the inverse also applies to the those living in temperate climates. They both have their own advantages and disadvantages. I suppose it's just my nostalgia talking, since I spent my early childhood in Maryland, Whatever the case may be, I have a strong desire to go out into the world and experience winter again, along with its comfy feelings that I seldom experience.