The weather forecast did predict a flurry of snow for Easter Monday, and sure enough this morning we woke to a sunny but snowy spring garden… Brrr…! 🙂
We had another light snowfall yesterday, and although last night’s frost means today everything is still crunchy underfoot it already seems to be melting a little in the low winter mid-day sun. So my camera and I went out to the back garden to see what we could see, taking a series of photographs of my snowmelt winter garden 🙂
I’ve been far too slow at cutting back my garden roses this winter, but it does mean we still have the odd splash of colour dotted about here and there… 🙂
Today Mother Nature has provided a nice neutral snowy white background for highlighting the potted azalea sitting on my conservatory windowsill 🙂
We woke to a sprinkling of snow this morning, so I braved the early morning cold to take these shots from our garden before it all melts away 🙂
Travelling up from London to Scotland on the Caledonian Sleeper at the end of last month I awoke to find myself in the very last carriage of the train, so although it was still quite early in the morning so not fully daylight I was nevertheless able to take a few shots out of the grubby back window in the closed-over door that normally sits open between the carriages.
I only had my phone camera with me, but I did my best! Although they look monochrome, they are actually full colour – but what I really love most is the way the speed of the train rattling through the wintery Scottish landscape has successfully captured the motion blur at the edges of each shot, perfect contenders for Debbie’s One Word Sunday today on the topic of Movement 🙂