This morning started as yesterday finished - snow-covered and cold. I got out into the garden before I took Bella out and captured the smoothing effects of the snow on the some of the more architectural elements in the garden.
These curvy plant supports supporting some great 3D-modeling - lovely natural Bezier curves (one of my favourite mathematical constructs!)
I liked the way the snow filled in the gaps in the chair and the plant holder.
Out onto the streets with Bella, we found that the van had been snow-tagged.
The whole row of cars had been similarly adorned with this logo.
Down on Fairfield Park Road, it was definitley Winter Wonderland scenery.
A lonely snow man sitting on the steps of this house.
Late on, we walked down into town, testing out our snow grippers in the process (they are brilliant - never felt so confident on snow and ice in my life!). Passed a house on Belgrave Crescent and were most taken by a pair of finely sculpted snow statues - first by this jolly snow man.
We had a nice chat to the artists and family outside the house while they were at work on their creations. This was the second statue - a friendly snow dog