After an early evening walk, I therefore took some shots around the garden. It was quite hard to capture the essence of the scene but the shot above suggests something of the beauty of freshly fallen snow.
Whilst taking photos, I also noticed that you get a better perspective of height when you’re looking at monochrome. Or is it because the clutter is obscured by a covering of white?
In any case, it occurred to me that there was more height in the garden than I had thought. Some of the structures are of a non-living kind but overall I’m pleased to be heading in a more vertical direction. It’s taking longer than I would have imagined but trees don’t grow that fast.
Anyway, I’m also pleased that the onions have got some cloche cover. From watching a Charles Dowding video I learned that while covering may not increase the temperature underneath, the crops are less exposed to the damaging effects of the elements. He had a polytunnel of lettuce, which didn’t mind the cold as in other ways they were protected. So, all being well, overwintering onions should be okay.