>Scotland’s Big Snow: Campsie Fells and surrounding area Take III

Written by on March 1, 2010 in Rest of Europe with 1 Comment

>After the Big Snows from Thursday-Fridays and residual snow showers Sat and Sunday, skies finally cleared out as high pressure rolled in. The brilliance of the March 1st sun brought to light the stunning aftermath and evidential power of nature from a simple couple of days of wind and heavy snow. Here is a selection of images I captured today. What I love about these shots is the stunning cloudless, blue sky against the pristine white of virgin snow, sculpted into vast drifts by nature’s breathe. Hope you enjoy these.

This mornings low of 24 degrees may be beaten tonight if conditions remain favorable for cooling all night rather than during the last few hours before daybreak. Tonight is currently down to 28 and dropping and we may see a low of 20 by morning and perhaps as low of 10 up high within the deep snowcovered pine forests of the Campsie Fells. The Highlands may take a run at 0F.
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  1. Anonymous says:

    >I do like your photos, especially the one with the cow. Keep up the good work.

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