Collecting Snow
From Wild Crab Apple

by Carrie
(South Wales)

Young beech trees bowed down by snow

Young beech trees bowed down by snow

Young beech trees bowed down by snow
Collecting snow from wild crab apple

Dear Wendy


I loved your photos. They speak a million words, don't they?

Here are two photos from here in Swansea of the December snows.

Now here's the Million Dollar Question:

Why on earth am I collecting snow from crab apple?

Can you or your readers guess?!!!

Carrie Thomas

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