We've had some snow here in Somerset over the last few days (most of it has gone now though), but I managed to get out to my local Rodden Nature Reserve the other day while the sun was shining to see what was about.
Below is the scene that greeted me at the entrance to the reserve. In the background on the right is the Mill house which isn't actually on the reserve but sits on the other side of the River Frome which runs along the western edge of the reserve. In the foreground is a lovely skeleton of the Teasel plant. It's actually more decorative and noticeable at this time of year!
I love the play of shadows on the snow covering the uneven tufty grass on the meadow here.
Here's the plainer female.
The reedmace always looks lovely in the sunshine and I can never resist taking a photo!
Back at the feeders, this Robin and Bluetit were posing nicely together. A lovely splash of colour even if they weren't in the bright sunshine! (-:
I'll hope to post again soon when I've taken more photos!