I have never experienced cold like this.  Not only was it -10C (14F) but it was a wet cold, the kind of cold that goes through your clothes and your skin, straight to your bones.

It was the day after Christmas and we were about to leave this winter wonderland.  Before we started our long journey north to Scotland we took Seriph out for a walk.  Great Massingham (cutest little hamlet in Norfolk) was under a blanket of ice.  Pogo-nip covered everything.  It was as though Jack Frost had come through the night touching each leaf, window sill, and blade of grass.  It was beautiful!

Adjustments: hue, contrast, vignette

Jenna x


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2 thoughts on “Pogo-nip

  1. Don Handlin on said:

    Do they actually call it Pogo-nip over there?

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