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Friday, January 29, 2010

Haughton Street from Swains Valley

Today's contribution to Skywatch Friday was taken on the first Sunday of the New Year when Swains Valley was covered in crisp snow.

The sun cast deep shadows [click the link to see] and a snowman was attacked by a black dog [click the link to see].

The road ahead is Haughton Street. The house on the right behind the squeeze stile is on Markland Street. You can see more of it on this Christmas Photo [click the link to see].

Markland Street used to run all the way down to Dowson Road but the section to the left is now blocked by the large garages you can see. I showed the detached part in yesterday's post.


Anonymous said...

Greetings from Finland after a long time!
I have heard, that you have got a real winter too and now I see it from your photo.
Nice SkyWatch Thursday to you!

Sylvia K said...

Great, snowy capture! Love the blue skies! Hope you have a great weekend! Give the boys a hug for me!


Riet said...

That is a great blue sky with the crisp white snow

Tash said...

My goodness that's beautiful. Couldn't ask for a prettier winter's day. Makes a teriffic SWF.

Anonymous said...

Your sky does provide "depth" to the picture. Brilliant indeed.

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful composition, all white snow and adorable light!
Have a great Friday!

Lois said...

Very pretty! I do like the shadows of winter.

Shelle said...

nice, some sunshine! our shots look similar except you have snow & barns, i have road & houses...oh and clouds

Kcalpesh said...

Looks like a lovely day out there....

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Linda said...

All that snow down in the deep south! Must have been nice when it was at the white and fluffy stage.

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