Today was very bright and sunny and I went for another long walk-down to the river, passing through the local shopping park which was virtually empty, with many of the shops closed. There was a snow plough clearing the car park for tomorrow, for all those people who have been deprived of shopping for two days. This is my road at about ten this morning.
The beach-I like the horizontal lines in this picture and the way the snow stops at the edge.
These are flats right next to the river. These flats overlook the beautiful ecology park there.
A little moorhen on the ice. His friend below has an icy drip on the end of his beak!
I could imagine being in a Scandinavian wood at this point. The only people I saw when amongst all this beauty were a couple of dog walkers and another woman taking photos of the same snowman as me. Again, people were unusually friendly.
This is on the way back-the snow was really starting to melt.
I saw some great snowmen again today-this one is quite traditional.
This one not so much.
There is a definite trend for building snowmen on top of bins and walls. I liked the face of the one on the left.
This one is my favourite! He has his briefcase ready for work but is giving a cheery thumbs up as the snow has prevented him from getting there.
Tomorrow gets back to normal although I am not at school but on a course-'Forest School' which we are going to start at my school, once I know all about it. I am going on the bus though as the roads still look very slippery. My next post will be something different-not sure what but not snow! Though the odd photo might creep in here and there!