Wednesday, 1 December 2010

Wensleydale a Winter Wonderland.

(The view from the attic window. Click to make bigger.)
Hello.
I've just popped in to say thank you for all of you good wishes for my Folksy shop and a whopping thank you for your help on the bead front.
To show my appreciation I donned my wellies and woolly hat and set off to take some photos of Hawes in Wensleydale especially for you.
I hope you enjoy them while you're cosy indoors!
(we've got another dollop of snow forcast for this afternoon!)
While you,re online take a looke at Milkchurn Cottages Folksy too. There are some lovely handmade Christmas wreathes and dingle danglers!









love fi x





21 comments:

Twiglet said...

Wonderful pics Fi - Hope you are using one of them for your Christmas cards!

Freybee said...

Beautiful photos, definitely Christmas card material!! Whilst I'm here, would like to say a friendly 'hi' from a newbie to the blogging world!

Anonymous said...

Meri Fiona d'avoir bravé la neige et le froid pour nous affrir ces belles vues.J'en suis ravie
Bonne journée a vous dans une si belle région
AMICALEMENT
MARIE CLAUDE

Sweet Birdy Love said...

Hey Fi, once again the snow photos are just gorgeous.
Can't believe you have so much snow so early!

Fourth photo down Fi, the gap in the stone fence and then the path looks like a large fork. Little trick of the camera.....
Hope you are staying warm and cosy.

Claire X

Helsie said...

Lovely Fi. Thanks for sharing them.
Cheers
Helen

Jenevieve said...

Beautiful photos! :) x

Cheryl said...

Lovely snowy photos. That is proper snow. Ours is patchy, but going nowhere. Keep warm.

Jo said...

It certainly is a Winter wonderland in Wensleydale. Beautiful photographs.

Sandi said...

Oooh, how beautiful the countyside looks covered in snow, but then I'm not there freezing, but oh so beautiful. Congrats on your 'shop' too, how exciting for you.
xx Sandi

greenrabbitdesigns said...

You should get those photos made into Christmas cards, they're just beautiful!!
Vivienne x

marigold jam said...

Beautiful scenery - amazing to see that waterfall all frozen like that too. Hope you are fully warmed up now and we do appreciate your efforts especially as here we have no snow just now!

Jane

Christy said...

Snow over the dales is truly beautiful.

Wishing you well with your Folksy shop.

Christy
Lil Bit Brit

potterjotter said...

Its just a place that looks beautiful in every kind of weather. You are lucky to live there.

Lululiz said...

You live in such a pretty part of the country. Lovely photographs, looks very idyllic with the beautifully pristine snow.

Jane said...

Super photos - I love the way everything gets a blue tinge in snow. God luck with your shop.

Sally said...

Thanks so much for braving the cold just for us. Really appreciate your effort and BEAUTIFUL photos. I'm in Southern California so only see snow in the mountains. I do enjoy your blog. Thanks again.

Wipso said...

What wonderful winter pics.
A x

Lyn said...

I am never tired of looking at snowy photos, yours are lovely.
love
Lyn
xxx

Anne said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you for posting such beautiful photos of the snow. I know it can be so disruptive for many people with commuting etc., but it is oh so pretty to someone living in Australia.

Anne xx

silverpebble said...

Oh! So beautiful. You live quite near to My parents and they're pretty much snowed in!

Silvia said...

Reminding me of how much I miss Yorkshire