Thursday, 1 December 2016
The thermometer suggests that Wednesday wasn't as cold as Tuesday but with a stiff breeze it didn't feel any warmer outside. I couldn't resist this snap of one of our local cats looking for some rays of sunshine and warmth as it sat precariously on the top of the fence.
It's now got to the time of year when our garden gets very little sunshine. The sun's track is so low in the sky that house, trees and fences mean that the sun never shines on the ground.
As you can see from this morning shot taken in our garden the sun is so low in the sky that it shines through the remaining leaves on our Medlar onto the side of a very frosty greenhouse. It's still another month before the sun sinks to its lowest in the sky.
Posted by Martyn Garrett at 10:05