Yes, we’ve had some snow.
And oddly, despite this being the UK, lots of things are still working.
Although, to glance at the newspapers you could be forgiven for thinking the End Of The World was here.
But the sun was out this morning, so I wandered out for a bit of a bimble in the countryside.
Fresh snow always feels magical.
I suppose this is because it is a pure white, because it sparkles in the sun and even in the night time it appears to glow.
It covers things up, but sits lightly upon them.
There is a purity to fresh snow that causes the landscape to feel cleaner and purer, too.
While the snow is falling, sound seems to be muffled and absorbed, so that one exists in a silent wonderland.
It transforms a dull winter landscape into something bright and very special.
Some of the paths are still easy to find,
While others have become less obvious.
The animals have their own paths, that we are often unable to tread.
But there is a silence over everything, and every now and again a breath of wind sends a thousand sparkling snow diamonds drifting down through the branches of the trees.
The snow hides much…
But it reveals where we have been.
And it makes some shapes more mysterious.