Monday, 7 March 2016

Snow In Dawyck

I had been planning to spend some time today talking to call centres. Not a pleasant task but sometimes unavoidable. But when I opened the curtains and saw a white world I immediately dropped that idea and instead made my way to Dawyck. Because the garden is closed in December and January it's not all that often that you can admire it with a snow covering. It was a magical winter landscape. I felt like doing what the dog did this morning: laying in the snow and kicking his legs up in the air.

I couldn't whip my camera out fast enough to start and capture it all. As a bonus, for the first half hour I was there, the garden was virtually deserted so I felt that this treat was just for me. I won't say much more as words are completely inadequate to describe such beauty.



the beech walk

in their element

I know I have featured this bench before but with such a location and in these circumstances, who can blame me?



ferns
Back home in time for those call centres and one was successfully navigated while for the other one I will take some revolutionary action and visit a bank branch in person! Remember those days?!

3 comments:

Lenna Young Andrews said...

wow. I love the 3rd photo with the fence and the path, trees hanging over. I remember the beech walk . . . looks to me like a glorious time you spent there!

Lenna Young Andrews said...

wow. I love the 3rd photo with the fence and the path, trees hanging over. I remember the beech walk . . . looks to me like a glorious time you spent there!

SheilasEmbroidery said...

Fan-dabe-dosie as the Scottish comedian might say.

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