The Frozen North


The Frozen North. Well, Cheshire is sort of really in the middle band of the island, but North West in England. South North West, that is. Almost North East Wales. And as North is mentioned, the Frozen North is what this photo is.

It isn’t today. I must add. I haven’t looked out yet, but I don’t think it’s quite as frozen. Although, one can never tell with the weather!

This is for Becky’s #TreeSquares. And yes, I know it’s a load of twigs, but the rest of the tree is just out of shot!

11 responses to “The Frozen North”

  1. BeckyB avatar

    Remind me never to put you in charge of the map on a hike!!

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    1. Tom avatar

      Probably for the best.

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  2. Chris Hall avatar

    W-w-way too c-cold! Brrr… 🥶

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    1. Tom avatar

      It was even colder than that on the day, Chris.

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  3. -Eugi ☕️ avatar

    Oh, that looks very cold!

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    1. Tom avatar

      Multiply that a few times, Eugenia, and you’re getting close! 🙂

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        1. Tom avatar

          ((🌞)) (Radiating warmth again!)

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  4. bcparkison avatar

    Good thought on a hot Southern day.

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    1. Tom avatar

      I thought a nice cooling picture would be helpful somewhere, Beverly.

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  5. How many trees? – The life of B avatar

    […] So hopefully I won’t be exiled nor made to travel this far to see the sea or sent to the frozen north […]

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