Thursday, February 05, 2009

This is my England....




No school. No physio. Roads closed. Abandoned cars. No work. No grit on roads. More to come. I am going for a walk with my camera and the Leki poles.
Back soon.

7 comments:

Mary said...

That snow sure does make for some stunning photographs. I have suddenly had a massive shift in perspective.

Theresa said...

Brrrrrrrrr. I'm getting colder just looking at those great photos.

Pam said...

How beautiful! Be careful out there.

lakeviewer said...

A winter wonderland surprised and irritated a few people. Yes, capture it and tell your grandchildren about the winter of '09.

Dawn said...

Looks like home - but not very often this year. We need more in order to have water this coming summer. Haven't heard a word from Manchester about this - did they get it too??

Be careful out there! It can be really treacherous. But looking forward to more of your photography.

Susan said...

Looks like a lot of the U.S. has only some of us had the ice, instead of snow. What happened to Al Gore and global warming?!!!!
Susan

Elena said...

It seems so strange looking at these photos - it's hard to image the cold when you're in the middle of a heatwave and bushfires are raging around the state ... Oh if we could just pick up loads of that snow along with the floods in Northern Queensland and pour it over the fires ...... Take care out there.