Winter Scenes

This section is for you to send in any photo's connected with a Winter theme.  Dec 2008 to Feb 2009 was certainly a cold one. 

 As usual, click on a picture for a larger image.

Phil Males You are probably inundated with photos of the snow but as such falls have been rare in recent times and it may be another 18 or more years before a repeat  I attach a few of my shivering efforts from last Saturday morning around the Mill Field, The Loddon and the Tithe Barn.
First the Tithe Barn
Phil Males Mill Field - Near Barton’s Mill
Phil Males Mill Field – Fallen Tree
Phil Males  Cow Parsley??? ?
Clifford Mogg A walk in a winter wonderland
Clifford Mogg A wintry glade near Bartons Lane
Clifford Mogg  
Ariadne Paulet-Halt A robin on the estate.
Clifford Mogg

I expect  you're being snowed under (sorry about that) by local snow pictures, but I thought one of these might provide something slightly different for the Basinga Extra site.

Clifford Mogg It's a snowbear built in our Lychpit garden by my wife Jenny, a keen teddy bear collector.
Sandra Tuck

Some pictures that Sandra took whilst dog walking with the neighbours along the river

Sandra Tuck

Waite-Roberts family and Oscar

Sandra Tuck Robin
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View along river from Bartons Mill

Sandra Tuck  
Sandra Tuck

River at Bartons Mill

Sandra Tuck

River view from Pyotts Hill bridge

Tony Tuck Snow fall on 2nd February 2009.  Junction of Milkingpen Lane and the Street.
Tony Tuck St Mary's Church
Tony Tuck The Spar Shop Linden Avenue
Tony Tuck M3 motorway bridge Huish Lane
Tony Tuck Milkingpen Lane
Tony Tuck The Street
Tony Tuck The Bolton Arms
Margaret Holt The rec, Jan 10th 2009.  Old Basing Archers getting into a new year's shooting.
Ian Boreham
Ian Boreham
Lesley Catchpole My dogs love the snow.  January 2007
Lesley Catchpole The Mill Field
Lesley Catchpole The Mill Field
Lesley Catchpole The Mill Field
Lesley Catchpole The Mill Field
Lesley Catchpole The Mill Field
Lesley Catchpole My dogs again
Lesley Catchpole Bartons Lane
Lesley Catchpole My back garden
Lesley Catchpole Frost on a Clematis head ...
Lesley Catchpole ... and on a cobweb too.  Taken Winter 2005
Lesley Catchpole This photo was taken in about 1982/3.  The foreground is now Lambs Row, Lychpit. The nearest trees are at the back of Lychpit House and the trees in the distance Daneshill woods and driveway.
You can just see the roofs of the houses in Olivers Walk on the right. The picture was taken from the back of Saxon Way.