Hope you all have had a good holiday over the festive season.
It seemed a lot of local people decided to blow the cobwebs on New Years Day with a walk on the reserve as we did.
It was a very pleasant afternoon with sun and blue sky although cold enough to make the wearing of gloves and hats a sensible idea.
The ground was icy in places and pockets of frosted grass could be found easily. A subject that would of provided plenty of scope for nature photography. If anyone has been able to get some good snow and frost pictures, It would be very nice to see some of them. So send them in please.
Here is my picture for 1st January at the Dewpond. Click it to see larger version.
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