As per my re-start post I am going to be re-blogging some of my posts from a site that unfortunately no longer exists in an effort to get working on my blog again.

This was the first time I had been out with the camera and snow on the ground.

I went for a walk round the village one Saturday morning to get some shots before the snow melted – here are the results plus a few from Burghley House later the same day.

dscf0983My wife looking out to the garden before I went wandering.


My daughter looking out to the garden before I went wandering.

dscf1032Sparrow on the garden fence.

dscf1043Silver birch.

dscf1047Close up of the silver birch branches – even whiter than normal.


Village church.

dscf1059Too cold for anyone on the playground today.

dscf1063Looking across the village playing fields.

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The church coming from the other side.


Crow in the trees.


Through the church gate.


In places the snow could be mistaken for blossom in the trees.

dscf1080 dscf1085Looking across the fields to a nearby farm.

dscf1087 dscf1091Despite having a good 2 or 3 inches the Sun was making short work of the exposed snow.

dscf1097 dscf1103Dead rose.


Robin on the garden fence.


Burghley House as the sun is going down.

2012-02-11_0037 2012-02-11_0039I hope you enjoyed the photos, as always any comments would be appreciated.

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