Winter is wearing

anglo-saxon-cross croxton-kerrial snowdrops

Another cold day in east Leicestershire, not cold as in the Russian Steppes cold (although the wind is blowing from that direction).   No this was cold that just seemed to seep slowly but surely through the layers of clothes I was wearing until I just felt cold.

Along with the cold there was an overbearing grey.  Not a grey of foreboding but rather a grey of when will this winter ever end?   Of course it will and do you want to know why?   Well because the snowdrops are coming out and the days are now getting noticeably longer.   We are already into the second week of February so  we haven’t got too long now..sometimes I just wish it would hurry up but that would be wishing my life away and that really isn’t a good thing.

Oh the joys of making photographs on a cold and dull day in east Leicestershire.

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About Guthlac

An artist, historian and middle aged man who'se aim in life is to try and enjoy as much of it as he can
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