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December 9th

Eddie Mair | 07:39 UK time, Sunday, 9 December 2007

brings this snap from Gillian - taken in November..


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  1. At 11:30 AM on 09 Dec 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Beautiful Gillian ;-)

  2. At 01:48 PM on 09 Dec 2007, DI Wyman wrote:

    Ahhh..... the Litchfield November Bizzard of 2007, oh how we laughed in the face of global warming!

  3. At 04:42 PM on 09 Dec 2007, Gossipmistress wrote:

    You get quality snow in the midlands Gillian!!x

  4. At 06:07 PM on 09 Dec 2007, Gillian wrote:

    What a nice surprise - thank you!
    This was taken at about 10pm when the snow was falling in little snowballs. It had all gone by the morning.

  5. At 06:27 PM on 09 Dec 2007, Gillian wrote:

    This is my third and final attempt to say thanks for using my pic - it was a nice surprise.
    It was taken at night, hence the poor quality - the snow was falling in clumps, but had all gone by the next morning.
    Is anyone else dreaming of a white Christmas? The last one I had was in 2001, in Scotland.

  6. At 07:01 PM on 09 Dec 2007, DI Wyman wrote:

    Gillian (5)

    depends on how you define white?.

  7. At 09:31 PM on 09 Dec 2007, Gillian wrote:

    DIWyman (6) There is only one definition of a white Christmas.....

    ''Just like the ones I used to know'' ;o)

  8. At 12:19 AM on 10 Dec 2007, james wrote:

    Christmas is NOT only about snow - Mr Berlin has a lot to answer for.

    btw Gillian, I did like the pic of the slush and dying plants.

  9. At 08:53 AM on 10 Dec 2007, Fearless Fred wrote:

    I tried to say this yesterday... Lovely photo, G!

  10. At 09:50 AM on 10 Dec 2007, Gillian wrote:

    James (8) aka The Grinch

    No plants were harmed in the making of this photograph ;o)

  11. At 12:53 PM on 10 Dec 2007, UptheTrossachs wrote:

    Snow on the tops yesterday and today - if I get a chance I'll send a picture. It's not the same as capturing falling snow as in your pic Gillian - looks very seasonal.

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