The winter garden at the National Trust’s Dunham Massey gives a wonderful splash of colour, lots and lots of snowdrops of various sorts, early daffodils and irises, heralds of spring. And the 500 year old oak, with one living branch, has such an intricate lived trunk.
A cold, miserable January afternoon, raindrops falling on the pond – not very promising for photographs. Then I spotted these snowdrops in our planter, with the pond surface in the background.
Not bad for a photograph taken through the window glass with my easily-to-hand point-and-shoot Panasonic TZ80.