For once, the month of January seems to have gone slowly and the New Year celebrations (or lack of them) feel like a distant memory.  The weather’s freezing cold now in England and sleet has fallen this lunchtime.  

A couple of photos I took earlier in the month.  (Highgate Wood, North London)



2 thoughts on “Last Day Of January

  1. Hi, Lawrence! Thank you so much for subscribing to my blog! I really appreciate the follow and will follow you in return.

    Your homeplace looks absolutely beautiful, with or without snow! And I imagine that the scenery is very inspirational for you!

    Winter here in the New York City area has been almost nonexistent. We had a freaky 10-inch snow storm on October 29 and then a 3-inch-er on January 21. Other than that, we’ve had quite a bit of rain, but that fell in 50-degree springlike temperatures.

    I’m the kind of girl who loves the distinct four seasons. This blending of winter and spring kind of throws me off. But I keep telling myself that we still have the month of February to catch up, although there doesn’t seem to be a lot of hope in the forecasts. Guess we’ll have to wait until the cycle starts again.

    Meanwhile, here’s to our happy blogging and to a productive 2012. Thanks again, Lawrence, for reaching out!

    All the best,
    Cheri Laser

  2. Hi, and thanks very much for all your encouraging remarks. I think I’ve become so used to my blog layout that I often fail to see it as others may do.
    Sounds like the weather’s playing up in NY. We’re having terrible freezing weather here, no hint of spring; can’t wait for it to get warmer again.

    Hope 2012 works out well for you,

    Best wishes,


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