Silent Sunday – Scene from my window




  1. Ah, an English winter – do hope you’re wrapped up warm inside next to a cosy fire with lots to read and buttered scones for tea? Perfect! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Suitably wintry for January, and you got more snow than we did. It failed to settle here, despite trying hard!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Very pretty but your photos are as close as I want to be!

  4. Lucky you!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. wonderful view you have, Sue, nearly like mine. We have snow, too, and it’s quite cold. Wishing you a wonderful week, kind regards Mitza

  6. You live in a nice neighborhood and your winter looks like mine. I would tell you it’s for the birds but they don’t like it either.

  7. Just grey and wet here Sue, not seen any of the white stuff! Sounds like you have everything under control. Roast lamb and a glass of red.. don’t suppose there is any left over โ“

  8. Looks lovely! Of course I would say that; it’s hot, humid, very windy and overcast here. The worst combination for summer ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Lovely snowy scenes, Sue. I’m quite envious. ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Lovely capture Sue – from inside is the ONLY way to be with cold lke that!!!

  11. It’s taken me 24 hours to work out the pun. Decrepitude advances. However, I still have enough wits to know I love these photos: snow is special, at least to this Antipodean. I hope you plan to post those branches in the spring too, as they green. Your outlook is very gracious.

    • Sue

      Meg, you do surprise me (re: the pun)…. And I’m sure I will get around to posting the view through the seasons! It suits me well enough – I know there’s life on Earth, even if I can’t get out!

  12. My favorite view of the cold and snow, wonderful winter photos.

  13. Looks like Canada with all that frost! ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. Lovely. I can picture someone holding a warm cup of tea and looking out to this beautiful scene… ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Gone huh? I’m always fashionably late to the party ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Never any red left, let alone cake ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. What a serene view from your window. I wouldn’t want to get out of bed, but would like to just lie there and enjoy the scene. ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Picture postcard scene you have seen there Sue…

  18. We had a smear of snow down here in Horsham too. It didn’t last long but what a welcome change this cold snap is. As I write there is frost, sun and blue sky – a perfect winter’s day. I must get out somewhere today before the wet weather drives back in later this week.

  19. What a perfect view Sue, and you had snow! *So jealous*. But we did have some frost, so at least the housetops and that of my shed looked white for a little while ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. That is beautiful. It looks like a good view if you have a cup of hot chocolate or coffee on a Saturday morning.

  21. lucky duck! Snow!!! love it.

  22. Looks what I’ve always imagines a Dickens’ winter scene to be.

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