It’s Snowing

January 2013, and the snow has come to England again, and I’ve been on a few wanders with the camera. As usual evidently some motorists are prepared for the snow

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A Foers Ibex (no I didn’t know without checking the internet either)

and some not

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although even without ensuring all the glass is clear the old french snail should have no issues getting anywhere the 4x4s can on it’s skinny old tyres.

Whilst the bottom of the hills were alive with the sounds of sobbing BMW drivers, the tops & middles were alive with sledders…

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Young..

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Old (and young)…

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With skills…

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and not so skilled…

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the rebel without a clue…

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or the downright cheats

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The dogs of course loved joining in too

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Whereas the cat thought that was far too daft and sat inside in the warm watching the pigeons

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Oliver on my office chair, watching pigeons & dreaming of my lunch (that’s not a mistake, he’d rather eat my food than own)

Some more spots whilst out this week…

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Contradiction

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Walkers Cafe

Love this sharp art deco font on the run down 60s (guestimate) shop front. You can probably already guess that you don’t want to check the Food Standard Agency rating if you plan on ordering here.

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Mayfl wer

Wonderful murals hidden away on bridge supports in Queens Park Chesterfield

Hidden Art

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For the techno geeks, all shot on Canon EOS 5D & Canon 24-105mm F4L IS USM

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6 comments

  1. Lawrence

    Great composition Jon. particularly liked 4 (three girls), 9 (father and daughter) and the Primula.
    Can I borrow your lens!

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