The Next Ice Age …

January 13th, 2010 • Posted in Random Stuff |

… has landed in South Wales.  We’ve had the harshest winter I can remember since I was eleven years old, and disruption aside, it’s been a lot of fun.  Did a load of writing this morning – in fact, one of the most intense, most satisfying writing periods I’ve had in ages, made two hours feel like three days – and then I popped to the woods with my family and my daughter’s friend.  Took a few snaps.  Enjoy.

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7 comments on “The Next Ice Age …”

  1. Jeff Coffield says:

    Cool pics. Thanks for sharing. I assume the last one is of your children. That one is eerie and thought provoking.

  2. Mihai (Dark Wolf) says:

    Lovely pictures 🙂
    I love winter, but as it was this year (and the last) and as it is seen in this photos. I love when it is a lot of snow and it is definitely a lot of fun. I am glad you had a wonderful time.

  3. Stephen Volk says:

    Magical (photos, that is)

  4. Stephen Volk says:

    That bottom one is a book cover – got to be.

  5. Rich says:

    This is why we should all be writers. 2 hours of work then play time??

    Try 3 hrs just to get to work to be told you have to take annual leave or work till 8pm.

    If your books weren’t so enjoyable, I’d curse you some more 😉


  6. Tim Lebbon says:

    I did a bit more work after we went out for a snowball fight, too … honest.

  7. Lawrence McNeela says:

    The snow was ace,love it. Also living in a beautiful place (in my case Cornwall) the snow was pure magic. Did manage to injure myself badly enough to need a trip to A&E sledging though!

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