Sun And Ice In Black And White


Much like Cee’s current ‘black and white’ challenge, this blog is  blowing all hot and cold this week – from Kenya’s tropics in the past two posts to a Shropshire winter in this one. These photos are from LAST winter I hasten to add. And much as I had the most enormous fun out in the snow with my camera, I do not need a repeat performance yet. (Please and thank you in advance, Weather Gods). Anyway, here are some sunshiney snow-scenes from my favourite places around Much Wenlock: Windmill Hill, the old railway line, and the Linden Walk.



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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Hot or Cold

51 thoughts on “Sun And Ice In Black And White

    1. Thank you, Thom. I seem to remember your earlier enthusiasm (and prose) relating to another of my barbed wire shots. Clearly we are of like minds on the barbed wire front 🙂

  1. Deep and crisp and even – love the flat edit to #3 and the dutch tilt on the last one. Cold is coming next week but snow seems far off – no white Christmases of late – winter seems to save that til last now. Were these taken last Feb?

    1. it was indeed crispy. We had 3 lots of snow last winter, and these pix are mostly from this time last December, although one of the cameras I was using at the time seemed to think it was 1980 when it hadn’t even been invented! Roaring gale here last night, though calmer this morning.

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