Walk after a snowstorm
I climbed to the top of the hill at Crocker park
of a morning after a snow.
Abbot Hall is on the highest peak in old town and from there it descends down to the sea.
The harbour is empty except for a few fishing boats.
A cold wind at my back I tromp back through the snow toward my little warm and cozy home.
We stood on the edge of the Atlantic to view the plantetary alignment.
Because of the clouds I didn’t think we’d be able to see much and I left my camera at home...
Oh me of little faith. I did manage to get this picture with my phone before the clouds moved in though.
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It's good to see photos with snow.ReplyDelete
Unfortunately, nobody is in sight with us yet.
But I can do without a storm
Love christmas greetings
Oh my - that looks so pretty, but so cold!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your wintry weather and have a wonderful Christmas!
Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/12/quarantine-christmas.html
looks mighty coldReplyDelete
Yep. I'm trying to get outside each day for a walk. It does the spirits and the body good!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and your sweet family ... I hope you can be together to celebrate.
Beautiful photos of the scene with the snow. We got some snow, but all gone now in time for Christmas. :( Couldn't see the star here...way too cloudy. Have a nice weekReplyDelete
What a wonderful place to walk. And lovely views.ReplyDelete
You saw the "Sky Show"! Good for you!
Good grief! This is even a daytime picture, which is the hardest to photograph sky things! Well done!! Your forst picture is lovely.ReplyDelete
Love the pretty snowscapes! But brrrrrrr!ReplyDelete
Awesome photos. I do like snowscapes. Your shot of the 'Star' is pretty cool for a phone shot.ReplyDelete
So glad you joined us at 'My Corner of the World' this week! Merry Christmas!
The first photo is very beautiful and congratulations on seeing the planetary alignmentReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures of winter scenery.ReplyDelete
Snow is lovely......the mud we have here in western NY is not.....Happy 2021 and stay safe...MichelleReplyDelete