The snowstorm a couple of weeks ago was very photogenic. I managed to catch some images of the snow as it was falling and made sure to get back out into the garden early the next morning. Several photographers were out in the landscape – if you were one of them, we would enjoy sharing your images on our blog. Contact me through a comment below and we can arrange to post your images.
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