#SundayStills ~ The Colour is White ~ A Large Part of #Nature #Photography

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature hosted by Terri Webster Shrandt.


This week is the monthly colour challenge and this month’s colour prompt is white. My first thought was snow. The snow falls we’ve experienced in various places are easily recalled as we don’t have them very often.

The following were taken in Somerset during a magical early dog walk, Snowdonia and Oxfordshire ~ another early dog walk.

Two of the Arctic Wolves at the UK Wolf Conservation Trust

Pretty flowers

It doesn’t look like it in this photo but there was a bit of an argument going on between these gulls


St Margaret’s Church is close to what was an army training camp built before the First World War. At the end of the war men were sent back to the camp, many of whom were Canadians. Unfortunately before they could be taken back to Canada many died as a result of the Spanish Flu Pandemic. This is were they were buried.

The smoke trails from the Red Arrows stand out against the blue sky.

Herdwick sheep are most notable for their brown fleece and white, friendly faces. They were a favourite of Beatrix Potter and she won prizes for breeding and promoting the Herdwick.  The lambs are born black, turning to dark brown as they get older. After shearing the fleece is a grey colour, lightening even more as they age.

12 thoughts on “#SundayStills ~ The Colour is White ~ A Large Part of #Nature #Photography

  1. This is a beautiful collection of white images, Cathy! Of course, snow can be the dominant focus for many of us now, but I love the wildlife shots of white animals and birds! Sheep are so cute the how interesting they are born black and gradually lighten. Gorgeous shot of the airshow as well. Have a great week!

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  2. Beautiful images Cathy, I especially love the early morning walks in the snow 💛 Wishing you a happy Sunday and much love to you all 🤗💕🐕 xxx

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