Thursday, 4 December 2008

Snow and Church

A trip up to the Church, to see how the heating was working - it seemed great, but what will the cost be?

Here we see it sparkling clean after lots of hard work!
The view as I started down the hill again

Church gate to House gate.

Two pictures, taken in the garden:

Two lovely people who live next door:

Where is that food I thought you had?

Move over, I want it! Oh, you blurdy cheat, it is only a camera!

14 comments:

WesterWitch/Headmistress said...

Brilliant Withy - love the snow.

WesterWitch/Headmistress said...
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WesterWitch/Headmistress said...

OOooo nooo I hate that the - This post has been removed etc - it looks so sinister - it was me trying to hide the fact that I'd made the same comment twice. Hangs head and sneaks off.

Withy Brook said...

Thanks for letting me know WW. I hate it too - spooky!

Blossomcottage said...

Oh Withy that is fantastic thank you soooooooooooooooooooo much.
Blossom

Fennie said...

You make me so envious. The last time we had proper snow even the adults around here were in short trousers and the Falklands hadn't been heard of.(1981). Lovely little church.

Sally's Chateau said...

Wowee look at that snow, what lovely pics Withy

CAMILLA said...

Hello Withy,

The pictures are so wonderful, and what a lovely church you have.

The snow in the gardens look soo pretty, I love the snow. Thank you for sharing with us Withy.

xx

LittleBrownDog said...

Wow, Withy - you've certainly had some snow, haven't you! Glorious photographs - I specially love the one of the gravestones which looks so peaceful and quiet. Nothing down here, yet, but I'm sure we're going to get some this winter. Brrrrr!

Milla said...

magical sight! Am very envious since we've lost even our frost, which means the fields have turned to muddy sludge again: not a good look for a pale dog. (I think if a comment deleted is there at the same time as another we can suspect an inept stabbing at the keyboard has been afoot!)

Pondside said...

I love the fact that your summery garden photos are followed immediatly by the winter wonderland scenes. Your garden is beautiful in winter - and the pictures are like something from a glossy travel magazine.

Cait O'Connor said...

More lovely photos, I just love snow.

Exmoorjane said...

Oh these are just gorgeous - the church looks so snug and then that snowy walk through to the glimpse of your perfect house. Bet it's cold though!
The horses are stunners.....names?

seashell cosmos said...

I found it! I will need to find more descriptive words for I will just continue repeating beautiful over and over. hee hee But really, this is just magnificent Withy and I'm thrilled to follow this blog! Now, I will be a good girl and go back up to the current spot and look again at the blooms. xx seashell