Monday, 10 February 2014


Following a clear and still night, we were greeted this morning by that most uncommon thing this winter, a frost.  So with the sky blue and no wind blowing, we wrapped up warm and headed out for a slightly longer walk in the sunshine.  Heading towards Mapperley Reservoir, we walked along Slack Lane where the six bare poplar trees stand guard over the start of the village.
On to the reservoir and the reflections were rather good.

Nestled in the trees on the far side, sits Pond House.  Its red-brick construction almost glowing in the sun and its two chimney stacks resembling a red bow, tied on the roof.
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