It's been quite a snowy winter so far.
I have to admit we haven't had such cold weather here in Ireland since the Big Freeze of 2010
I love cold and snow since I come from a country where there is an abundance of both. I love the feeling of freezing air on my face and the almost painful crispness of the bone chilling wind. Weird, isn't it?
But as much as I would enjoy the snow and cold in Bulgaria, I don't feel the same about it here. Ireland is not used to such extreme temperature fluctuations and is definitely not prepared for it. I do prefer a dry crispy day than a pouring rain any time, don't take me wrong.
I did not have great opportunities for photography since I was working most of the time but I managed to do a few snaps while walking the dogs.
Here you go. The images are mixed from different walks.
The Snowy Winter of 2018
I just have to add that when we talk about snow in Ireland it mainly means a light dusting of white over the scene.
Do not imagine 2 meter snow drifts.... :-)
I am writing this in January 2019 because in March 2018 I was proven wrong when the big snow started falling. Have a look in HERE