Throwback Thursday travels back to southern Cheshire, England in the late 1980s.
Getting up to find it had snowed overnight I did a tour of southern Cheshire trying to make the most of the snow. This shot was taken on a back road north of the village of Audlem. The 13th century St James’ Church in Audlem is on the horizon.
Throwback Thursday travels back to Cheshire, England in the late 1980s. Back then England still had spells of winter weather.
One wintry spell saw me on a back road near the town of Audlem in southern Cheshire. When I saw this snow and hoarfrost covered Oak tree I had to find somewhere to park and get a photo. I have posted a similar shot before but this version has more of the branches of a second Oak tree in the top of the frame and slightly more road in the foreground.
This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold.
Here’s a selection of four cold winter shots covering the past four decades.
Frost and snow covered farmland near Audlem, Cheshire, England in the 1980s.
A frozen section of marsh at dusk, Little Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada in the 1990s.
A mostly frozen and snow covered Lake Huron with Chantry Island and its lighthouse, Ontario, Canada at sunset in the 2000s.
A section of a frozen Colpoy’s Bay, Ontario, Canada at sunrise taken in the 2010s.
St James’ Church, Audlem, Cheshire, England.
One Word Sunday.
Snow and hoarfrost in south Cheshire.
Six Word Saturday.
The Cosmic Photo Challenge this week is Shadows, Shapes and Silhouettes.
I had lots of ideas for this challenge. Then I thought about this photo. It’s shot of St James’ Church, Audlem, Cheshire, England silhouetted by the setting sun.
It was taken in the mid 1980s and sat ignored in my slide files until I started copying them with a digital camera. It’s strange, since copying and editing the slide the shot has grown on me.