Beau­ti­ful win­ter scenes in frost hit

Morn­ing walks cre­ate stun­ning pic­tures

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

While we may not have seen a white Christ­mas, Peter­bor­ough has been white over with frost in the fi­nal run up to 2017.

The freez­ing tem­per­a­tures have given peo­ple the chance to take beau­ti­ful and at­mo­spheric pho­to­graphs of Peter­bor­ough and the sur­round­ing area while on morn­ing walks - us­ing new cam­eras given to them at Christ­mas.

Martin By­ford-Rew took a se­lec­tion of win­ter pic­tures at Oun­dle Bridge, while Lucy Stret­ton took a photo of ‘puppy’s first walk’ at Ferry Mead­ows.

Martin Robin­son cap­tured an im­age of Mil­ton Bridge cov­ered in frost, and Kev­inHussey pic­tured the win­try scene at Sawtry Fen.

The cold weather is set to con­tinue into the start of the new year, with tem­per­a­tures set to dip be­low freez­ing this week.

Have you taken any pic­tures of win­ter scenes in and around Peter­bor­ough? email them­tousat­news@pe­ter­bor­oughto­day.co.uk

Martin By­ford-Rew’s pic­ture at Oun­dle Bridge

Win­ter frost pic­tures at Ferry Mead­ows.

An­other Martin By­ford-Rew pic­ture at Oun­dle Bridge

Win­ter frost pic­tures at Or­ton Mere

Win­ter frost pic­tures at Or­ton Mere

Lucy Stret­ton’s ‘a puppy’s first walk’

Win­ter frost pic­tures at Or­ton Mere

Win­ter frost pic­tures at Or­ton Mere

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