At last snow arrived albeit for one day! At least Luce and Theo had one day to make snow sculptures and angels and use their sleds. I left the two of them in the garden – with their dad and not alone – and headed straight for the woods surrounding us in our small valley. I wasn’t going to miss the small window of capturing the woods covered in snow. I also love that magical silence that seems to linger after a snowfall.
A holly and fir tree were leaning across the path as if they were trying to hold hands in the snowy forest.
No one else was around and I followed a trail made by deer through the trees.And when I returned home I saw that my two were not the only wild ones out in the snow.
I’m still hoping for another day or two of snowfall this winter in our valley.
Stunning images, I especially love the pheasants. I also love walking the dog it seems so tranquil with a layer of the white stuff all around.
Mary @ Over 40 and a Mum to One says
How wonderful, we headed straight of to a Forestry Commission forest on Sunday so Monkey could make the most of the winter wonderland while we had it on tap.
Oh wow, these look so magical, a perfectly perfect winter wonderland. Reminds me of Narnia.
Beautiful snowy pictures Kriss. Looks like everyone got what they wanted from the brief snowfall 🙂 #hdygg
Beautiful Kriss – just beautiful! I am longing for snow here, we have just had a couple of harder frosts only. That shot of the pheasants is my fave, I know how stealthy you need to be to get a good shot of them!
Glad to hear Luce and Theo enjoyed the snow too!
Thank you for joining in again lovely – we must catch up properly soon x
Rosie @Eco-Gites of Lenault says
Beautiful – we had a similar amount of snow but most if it was gone by the time I was able to go for a walk.
Gemma Garner says
Woweeeee! Love your photo of the pheasants in the snow. I was hopeful we might get some (snow, not pheasants) but alas we only had a few flakes…
You had so much snow! I love the way it falls on the trees and it seems you have taken a black and white photograph. We only had about 1cm of snow and it had all but disappeared by the time we were ready to go out!
oh so beautiful!! we finally got a good snow fall here this past friday/weekend. and i too love the silence of snow
Izzie Anderton says
There’s something magical about snowy photos when no one else is around. I think you’ve captured this brilliantly,
Thanks for sharing x
gorgeous photos and always looks so romantic, where as the reality is it is cold and wet and you soon get fed up with it, i miss having weather and would love to pop over just for a day to experience the snow but it’s a 14 hour return flight, sadly