I love that fragile first coat of snow that changes the landscape like a frosting… yet leaves the main features visible behind the sheet of white. Here, the thin snow is not sufficient to do anything but emphasise the railway tracks and the tall, bordering conifer trees.

There was something stark about the collie and the single post in the field near the coastal path. The distant sun, pale in the morning mist, seemed intimately linked to both of them…

Photographed before, but this time from a different angle to capture the sun over the trees, there is something exotic about the bandstand in the snow and mist…

©Stephen Tanham, 2021.

Stephen Tanham is a Director of the Silent Eye, A journey through the forest of personality to the sunrise of Being.

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