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St Albans in January


St Alban’s Abbey,  Hertfordshire,  January 2017

Today, the last day of January, is grey and wet, but that will not deter me from showing how beautiful most of the month was.  We truly had copious amounts of sun with its accompanying long shadows; shapely clouds; photogenic mist; crisp frost and icy surfaces; and even a tiny bit of glistening snow.

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my favourite four trees!


and my favourite round tree!

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aDSC_0636_ppCopyright Debbie Smyth, 31 January 2017


Part of Changing Seasons


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