Changing seasons

Saint Sunday Crag and Fairfield across Grizedale.

We have 12 degrees Celsius today. We also had goldfinch, greenfinch, chaffinch, bullfinch, starling, blue tit, great tit, robin, blackbird and house sparrow at the feeder together this morning. The snow has gone completely, the sun is shining and the birds are singing. Yes, it's early days, but there is a change in the season. I wonder if the shot above of St. Sunday Crag and Fairfield from two weeks ago will be the last fresh snowfall image I will make until next winter?

I hope not, but that scene is far removed from the weather today. Changing seasons bring changes to emotions, the first warm day of impending springtime brings with it feelings of anticipation of the year ahead.

The journey continues......

Comments

Anonymous said…
Even though we're currently getting snowed on quite heavily at the moment, and I'm quite tired of snow, that is a beautiful picture. I love it when snow and sun are combined.
LotC said…
Thanks, Kristine. It doesn't take much snow to bring the UK, especially England to a halt. 'They' would have us believe that we have the wrong type of snow. The climate is changing. Nowadays, a reasonable snowfall here is a few inches and dominates the news for days!
Anonymous said…
Hi,beautiful photo. Can I just ask, when ws this actually taken? Was this yesterday?
LotC said…
Thanks for your comment. I wish it had been yesterday! It was taken just over two weeks ago.
andy said…
Amazing pictures
glad I found your site
LotC said…
Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Andy.