Tuesday, 30 December 2014


Most of the snow has gone now, but what is left has turned delightfully crunchy. For we've had three days of beautiful, crisp days and distinctly chilly nights.
This is what we missed out on last winter and it was much needed. These frosts are a natural part of our seasons and, without them, things go wrong, pests multiply and diseases thrive.

So without further ado here's a small photographic celebration of a cold start to the day.


1 comment:

  1. Down here in West Suffolk ( the bottom end of the Fens) the snow did not reach us but we have had two days of hard frost which did not lift during the day.


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