Within the wider winter scenes presented in the previous post, there are vignettes of interest that encourage closer attention, further experimentation and alternative interpretation.
Two days ago we woke to discover that the landscape had been transformed overnight. Fields, trees and buildings were covered with a blanket of snow – the first of the winter – creating a hushed, fairyland scene.
The photographs were taken looking out through the kitchen window.
The snow on the patio furniture provides an indication of the depth of the snowfall.
It has been a most unusual winter so far: lots of rain, lots of wind, a succession of damaging storms, but on Sunday morning we woke to discover everywhere covered by a picturesque blanket of snow. ‘ Is this the beginning of winter?’ we asked..
Jackdaws and crows retreated to the highest branches of trees and looked down in disgust.
A bemused blackbird peered over the roof top.