Sunday, March 08, 2009

Spring


Blackheath

Parts of the UK have had heavy snow again in the past week.
Not in London.

But I have enough pictures of February's snow to last for some time to come ...










4 pictures in Greenwich Park




Disclaimer: I'm on a semi-blog break, not much visiting your blogs or visiting and not commenting much... bear with me. I hope to be a more interactive blogger again some time.

11 comments:

Akelamalu said...

You got some great shots there Lettie!

R.L. Bourges said...

hm...looks just like what they call spring in Canada.

Lovely photos, but... here's wishing you warmth and sunshine very soon.

Coffee Messiah said...

Eerie but very cool photos ; )

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

Yegods, look at that! I hope it will have stopped snowing by May!.

Beautifully captured shots, Lettuce, strong sense of eeriness and desolation.

Gary said...

Wow! Amazing shots...how did you do that? (you really don't have to bother trying to explain because I won't understand it anyway but way, way, cool Letty).

It's odd to think that just last week we had a snow day in NY and today it was in the 60s. Our poor planet is not breathing well these days.

goatman said...

Oh BRRRR, I will await the colors.

Is that large wheel in London to be a permanent item or just a temporary whim?? I can always tell what city the reporting is from by the wheel, so maybe a permanent installation would be best.
Happy days teaching and don't let "Management" get you down.

Shammickite said...

I love your snow pics, even though I have seen enough real snow out of my own kitchen window to last me a very long time! C'mon Spring, let's be 'avin' yer!

e said...

Very compelling photos, Lettuce. I'm with you in wishing for Spring. I wish we could have it balmy as it has been today and avoid the torturous heat entirely. Enjoy your break.

Betty said...

I know I've said this before, but these photos are really amazing!

kate smudges said...

Love this series of photographs ~

joyce said...

such a grey, damp, hopeful series.