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You have more snow?
No, it’s the last lot still lingering….and Pete has just told me it’s worse in Norfolk
All washed away here.
The pop of green is delightful Sue 🙂 🙂
It works, doesn’t it? 😊
Just fab Sue 🙂
Much the same here, but with a lot more snow still around. I can hear that cold wind blowing outside, and I am not looking forward to walking Ollie in it later. 😦
Best wishes, Pete.
Despite being flagged up we’ve had no snow on the Isle of Wight. I had a sneaking desire to see some (as I don’t have to go out in it) but it never happened, but we did have freezing weather. Love the green door on your little house.
A play house for the kids in the house across across the way…
Oh I like all the lines and angles in this shot with the organic contrast of the tree trunk.
Thanks, Agnes….and the snow has all gone now, so less contrast