The past couple of days have given me such the rare opportunity of seeing the place where I live in Cornwall in a new way. The world has gone muffled and monotone. And I love it.
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10 thoughts on “Cornwall in the Snow 2018 – A photo journal”
Lovely pictures which make me feel even more sad that I am not in Cornwall right now. We were due to leave Sussex at lunchtime today to stay with a friend in Bodmin and do a few more days’ coastal walking. However, we’re being sensible because of all the weather warnings but it is frustrating as there is very little snow here ……
I can imagine! But I think you made the right decision, Bodmin must be knee deep in it by now! 🙂
Gorgeous collection! And it’s still snowing! 🙂
I know! Hoping to add to the post tomorrow maybe . . .
Lovely photos – thank you.
As I grew up on a Cornish farm I have some nasty memories, though – one winter it snowed and lambs had to be born outside and some froze there and then. We carried them into the house and the lucky ones were thawed out in the bottom of the Aga.
I am never truly delighted with snow as I know the misery it causes.
I live on a farm so I completely understand, we spent most of the morning trying to thaw taps so we could get water to the livestock.
Hi Lizzie – Great shots as usual. Our snow in East Cornwall (Congdon Shop) only arrived at 2pm today and by 6 was 4″ deep! Our bore hole pipe to the header tank froze overnight – but within an hour of wakening I’d managed to get hold of 30 two litre bottles of water. No chickens for us though, just 8 dogs!! Glad you’re all okay and hope you’re wearing your long Johns -:) xx
Nothing stopped those lambs being born. Wonderful images. Thanks.
Thanks Elizabeth 🙂