A personal blog by Ackworth born Gerald England who married a Lancashire lass, went West and now lives in Cheshire.
All these snow shots everyone is taking are stunningly beautiful - am feeling quite left out for a lack of snow!!
Well, I don't miss the snow, but I do love your snowy shadow shot, Gerald! Have a great weekend and stay warm!Sylvia
The snow is a wonderful canvas for well defined shadows. The day looks cold below, but the strong sun leaves a warm feel above. Winter is a fine lloking season for sure!
You look like a snowman, frozen to the spot. Obviously you were warm enough to press the shutter button!
Shadows on the snow; looks like Santa and his Christmas tree. :0Happy SSS to you!
Great shot.My shadow shots
The shadow shows up beautifully on the snow.
Slippery snow shadows! I liked your bench photo also. I wouldn't fancy sitting on the bench at the present time. Looked a little chilly!
Most of our snow has melted in the rains today, yours looks crispy, crunchy cold...is it spring yet!!?
A Welshman recently told me that when it snows in England everything shuts down. A tradition I believe he said! Sure makes for some lovely photos though.:<)
lovely long blue snow shadow
I enjoyed those two arrows pointing towards a seemingly common target.
Gerald, I have a lot of old snow. And I have no camera. So now I look once more at your snow. And ask myself: Where did the dog go? Suddenly I see him. Still knocking about.There's a metaphor somewhere in there for a poet gone west from one gone east.