This lovely line of prints were left all the way from the roadside down to the back field, making a perfect picture to greet me on a chilly Monday morning, they are from a Muntjack deer.
The temperature inside the workshop was struggling to get up to 1 Degree. So I decided to light the woodburner and walk down to the Broad while it warmed the place up a bit.
Seeing it half frozen reminds me of the old photographs that I have been shown from the 1920's and 30's depicting hundreds of people ice skating on Salhouse broad. maybe not today, eh!