Crossing Jack Frost's Path by Barrie Woodward

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Taken in December 2010, at a junction of two footpaths that have seen quite a lot of snowfall (For the UK). The sheep were closer to home and so mine would be the first feet to cross that particular ground. It seemed a shame to disturb the snow. No signs of such snowfall in 2010.

Lancashire NW England


snow, path, footpath, public footpath, stile, england, winter, white, blue sky, uk, farm

My pictures are taken with a Sony DSC-HX1. What you see is pretty much what comes from the memory card, with maybe a touch of rotation and or cropping.
I probably wouldn’t be taking so many pictures if it weren’t for the camera. It has been worth every penny as it has captured some great memories since I got it in 2009.
Feel free to comment on any of the pictures. I’m all for learning how to improve.

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  • fototaker
    fototakeralmost 3 years ago

    “a lot of snowfall (For the UK)* what? does it snow LESS in your area? hahahahaa thanks for the snow memory – i’ve lived in areas where the snowfall was a meter higher than displayed here!! happy holidays buddy!! stay warm and safe!!

  • We don’t generally get much in the way of snow, but as soon as a single flake falls, you can pretty much guarantee traffic chaos as our ill prepared country grinds to a halt as a result.
    That said I believe there are photos out there that show drifts 8 to 10 feet deep in my area, but that was back in the 1940’s

    – Barrie Woodward

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