I love snow me. That said driving in the snow yesterday on the M74 made me feel like I was in the Millennium Falcon going to light speed, and the lorries overtaking me on the un-gritted surface was a little unnerving, but I survived to tell the tale.
This evening on the way home was a totally different story. Roads had been gritted (well just about) and they were very very quiet. So I could enjoy the driving on the empty roads without worrying about idiots doing 7 mph and braking constantly. We should really get people to learn how to drive in the snow properly.
Anyway back to the fact that I love snow, proper snow though, not a little spattering here and there, proper snow that makes the world look clean and crunches under your feet.
However, even a small amount of snow can make a normally boring looking scene look a lot nicer.
This was my view on the way home this evening,
This picture was a bit of a challenge as I have just started my new shifts at work, so I'm now working 12 hour days, and I didn't have my tripod with me. Tiredness, darkness and cold aren't a good mix for trying to take a picture, the first few were pretty shaky!
Enjoy the snow, and don't drive like a knob head