Monday, 9 February 2009

Snow again!

Last night we had 1-2 inches of snow across Edinburgh - more than we've had so far, but not as much as some areas of England last week, where there has been widespread disruption (but then, they're really not used to it...). This was the view from the car on our way to work this morning; Arthur's Seat looking even more imposing than usual.

Over the coming days I'll post some more pictures of yesterday's beautiful snowy walk just south of Edinburgh.

11 comments:

m_m said...

Brilliant blog! You take really awesome photos! I like them so much:)

Hilda said...

Magnificent view!

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

nice photo and I like your earlier photos also. great perspectives.

Greensboro Daily said...

I'm going around the world today, viewing at least one blog per continent. Trying to view new blogs, not just my old standards.

You are the choice for Europe. The snow scene is lovely.

We started a daily photo site recently. Stop by if you get a chance.

Jan
Greensboro Daily Photo

lynn said...

I love all these snow pics. We have it falling heavily again at the moment (Gloucestershire).

Darryl said...

Edinburgh is beautiful any time of year but it really is gorgeous in the snow. Thanks for such a beautiful reminder.

Kris said...

Too cold for my blood!

Evee said...

When I was a kid growing up in Edinburgh we could see Arthur Seat from our house. I remember having a dreadful dream in which this extinct volcanic plug suddenly erupted, spewing out lava and flames and stuff! I was scared to go to sleep for nights after!!!

bondbloke said...

Stunning! But you have me defeated, I just cant work out where you took it from...

Dido said...

Bondbloke; if I'm not mistaken it's the crossing of Newhaven Road/Ferry Road! And thanks for all your kind comments :-)

bondbloke said...

Hmm, now I look at it more closely I can see that it is.

I think it is that it is so surreal that threw me, especially with Arthur's Seat looking a bit like a huge rising moon...