Same shot as yesterday, but oh what a difference. I'm sure to many of you this will seem like a piece of cake, but here in England we know very little about living with snow. Even though it usually happens once or twice every winter, our wonderful weather-obsessed country never quite knows how to deal with it. Check out the top headline you can read right now on the BBC website - "Heavy Snow Causes Transport Chaos". Classic.
I'm not quite sure why England never knows how to handle the flurries. It was always the highlight of the school winter term, as even a few light snowflakes would cause the schools to shut and the sledges to come out of hiding, although there was never anything to slide on of course. When I lived in the South of France as a child, we had some amazing winters. My Dad and older brother and sister would go off to ski in the mountains, but being two years old, I missed out on all the fun.
This is one of my favourite pictures. I still have the sledge somewhere.
(l-r Me, my sister Jess, my brother Dan) Oloron Ste Marie, Pyrenees, France