28 January 2013

Weekend In Photos


Another weekend has passed,
captured within a few images

I love the view from Holmbury Hill of
the Weald of Surrey and Sussex




The Weald crosses Sussex, Hampshire, Kent, and Surrey

What was once a vast forest 
is now a picture-perfect landscape of scattered farms and villages


While the rain melted the snow this week,
chilly temperatures froze local ponds
to create yet another scene calling my name :)




The River Thames, however, was not frozen
as seen by rowers in Bray




The River Thames used to freeze regularly
You can read about it in a previous post here

Have a great week :)

- all photos by me -
Source: Wikipedia

23 comments:

WinnibriggsHouse said...

Lovely photos, our snow has all disappeared as well, but now we can see all the bright green shoots already poking themselves out of the ground. Love the Thames photo, so typically English, but my how cold it looks!

likeschocolate said...

Just lovely! Have a great week!

Rose Fern said...

Love the frozen pond!

Jane the Booklady said...

What lovely photos- I used to live right by the Thames and go on many wintery walks along its banks. Jane x

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

Beautiful images! I always think of the Weald, which I don't know well, as basically Jane Austen country.

Linda said...

That last photo makes me nostalgic for my home county!

Inside a British Mum's Kitchen said...

Lovely photos - isn't Bray gorgeous!
Mary x

Vintage Sheet Addict said...

It looks gorgeous! :) x

Sissym said...

Dear Laura,

Lovely photos!

Kisses!

Dena Barrie said...

Love the photos. There is nothing like the gorgeous English countryside! Thanks for taking me to the UK for a bit today!

Iota said...

Wonderful, as ever.

Iota said...

And thanks for adding me to your blogroll! I'll return the compliment right now.

A Tale of Two Cities said...

Looks like a winning weekend!

Privet and Holly said...

Love these beautiful
photos, Laura! You
do such a fantastic
job of capturing the
spirit of the English
countryside. These
shots really call to
me : )

Hope you are still
pursuing your art
and having a wonderful
winter season, my
friend!

xo Suzanne

Pom Pom said...

Well, I see some pretty blue sky and when I look very closely, I can see Ratty.

lisaroyhandbags said...

Great pics! I'm always amazed at how pretty and green the fields are even in January xo

Ali said...

Very pretty. Its a relief to have the snow and ice gone now, isn't it.

Ali x

Theresa said...

You take the most lovely pictures! I'm hoping to visit England again in the next few years and love the area you've highlighted!

Gillian said...

Lovely, it's all so pretty and very English, with the rolling hills and rowers on the Thames.

Gillian x

Tina in CT said...

I've been reading your blog for several months. You have a real gift and have you considered doing a book? In many of your pictures, I just want to be there.

Happy Homemaker UK said...

Thank you, you made my day!

Sarah Jane said...

Beautiful beautiful pictures! Thanks so much for sharing them!
Have a lovely week, Sarah xx

Jeanie said...

This looks lovely 0- cold yes, but no snow! Splendid!