Monday, 6 February 2012


Despite the continuing thaw, there was still plenty of snow about this morning, so we took the opportunity of a 'day off' (our friend Win didn't want to go out in the bad weather), to have a walk around the lakes of Straw's Bridge.  I was struck by the monochrome nature of the woodland as the dark, forbidding trees still sported a coating of white snow.  So, with this in mind, I decided to post a couple of black and white pictures.
I must say, you would hardly notice the difference especially when looking up the canal though more overhanging trees.
Returning to glorious 'technicolour', there seems to be little of what you might call colour about the snowy landscape.
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