The Great Thaw is definitely under way and most of our recent snow is now disappearing. However, as a further reminder of the magic that snow lends to a scene, here is a photo of Market Street and the Market Hall in Ashton from a couple of weeks ago.
The fresh snow coats the evergreen bushes, the head and shoulders of The Pieman statue, the ledges of the Market Hall's walls and the branches of the trees. The scene looks striking as a black and white image. A case of less is more?
See Birds Eye View of this location.
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