There has been no let up in the current cold snap so yesterday saw both Mike and myself out and about again in the Shropshire countryside.
We haven't taken any proper winter pictures of Ludlow since a wonderful hoar frost back in 2010. After visiting so many places in the past few days it would have been remiss of us to not to call in - and we weren't disappointed! The view from Whitcliffe Common, with Brown Clee in the background, was like a winter wonderland.
Not too far away is Bromfield and a lovely barn, overlooked by Brown Clee, that I photographed in autumn last year. It was high on my list of places to visit if we had snow and I'm glad I've now got it in the bag!
Titterstone Clee was also looking spectacular and we found a layby to stop in and take some photographs. In addition we captured some views from Clee Hill village of snow drifts and the Worcestershire countryside, with the Malvern Hills on the horizon.
Bridgnorth was also on our radar, and we stopped off in Severn Park to get some shots of St Leonard's Church and also High Rock under a layer of snow. Then it was time to head back to the office to process the images and thaw out!
Don't forget - there is still plenty of time to order our new book or one of our Shropshire 2018 calendars for Christmas!