Make your mind up, please!
It takes a special skill to get covered in so much sand when most of the ground is covered in ice…
This picture doesn’t quite look how I’d hoped it would… I think it is a bit difficult to make out what you’re seeing. That big chunk of ice in the foreground was previously attached to the cliff-face, underneath the higher up chunk of ice.
I took this picture when we walked to the shop earlier this evening. The rocks were dripping melted snow, and the setting sun was gleaming off of them. It was very pretty!
This wouldn’t have happened if you’d just listened to me.
I’m kind of hoping that with March starting tomorrow we might be on our way to some more Spring-like weather. I’m probably being overly optimistic though – I’ve known the snow here to last into early May even… At least the days are getting much lighter!
I feel like I’ve used a very similar picture to this one before… There’s something striking about the red of the bucket against the white of the snow. And the haphazard way it’s been abandoned – the boys decided they could have fun with just spades, no need for buckets.