Yuletide transport at Pollokshaws, Glasgow

 This morning (Christmas Day) I took advantage of a weather window to visit local parks and obtain seasonal images.

Overnight, we had a moderate frost which lingered on to around midday. Result was relatively good visibility and 'crunchy' ground surface as opposed to the slippery mud of late.( In the next fee days we have Storm Bella blowing in from the west with gale force winds and heavy rain-all good fun!)

As usual, my emphasis was on landscapes and wildlife although an opportunistic people shot (above) was availed of towards end of my walk.

Here is our 'pet' fox waiting in our garden for some breakfast.

Ducks and seagulls on frozen pond surface, Rouken Glen, Glasgow

Frozen steps at Thornliebank, Glasgow

Colourful fungi at Pollok Park

Highland Cows at Pollok Park

Close up of Highland Cow at Pollok Park

Bull (Highland Cattle breed) at Pollok Park

More colourful fungi at Pollok Park

 Best seasonal wishes to all followers from Nigel & Marion.


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