White Christmas

We don’t often seem to get a white Christmas in south-east England, which for those people travelling about over the holiday period is probably a welcome relief!  However, back in 2009 when I was living just outside London, we did have some snowfall, which we explored on the inevitable Boxing Day walk.

In the crisp December air the afternoon sun cast long shadows over the fields, and the trees stood out like shadow puppets against the light blue sky.  The snow was already melting, but still hugged the soft, rolling contours of the Hertfordshire hills.

A winter landscape

A winter landscape

About simongregor

Photographer, business thinker and tour guide.
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