Sunday, 15 February 2009

As it Warms a Bit...

Look no theology, no 'intellectualism' and few words!

View from my house in one direction (West) last year in March:


View from my house this year in the other direction (east):


Finally, here is the church I have been attending these last few years, from Easter Day 2008:



Actually, where we live, snow is rarer here than for many other parts of the UK, and it clears more quickly.

Click on each picture to see it a little larger and sharper.

6 comments:

JayV said...

Sad to say, when I lived in the United Kingdom a few years ago, I traveled around a lot, but never made it to the north-east of England. Your photos are lovely.

Grandmère Mimi said...

Oh, Adrian! If it snows in March when I'm in England, I won't like it. I'm not planning on packing snow boots. I'm not even planning to take my long wool coat, but rather layers under an all-weather coat. I'll look at the 5-day forecast before I leave and maybe change my mind. You have snowed on my parade of pictures of a premature spring while I'm there.

Erika Baker said...

Mimi
snow never lasts long here and March is ages away. You should be safe!
Have a look at the average weather range

http://tinyurl.com/dl8tgl

Grandmère Mimi said...

I don't generally pray about weather, but perhaps I should give it a try.

Peter S said...

Thanks for this. It's nice to get a sense of what your world looks like. So many times people show photos only of what they deem extraordinary. But the regular, typical stuff gives us a view we wouldn't otherwise see, especially those of us who travel overseas only rarely.

Pluralist (Adrian Worsfold) said...

Right, well, when bored, illiterate or busy elsewhere, I'll add a few other ordinary photos.