When it snows at Sheepdrove the farm is spectacularly transformed.
Above and below: Water from a burst pipe sprays over this tree and freezes to create a spectacular sculpture of ice .
Above: Sunrise lights up the mist and snow.
Above: Hawthorn bushes on the Sheepdrove.
Above: Sheep veiled by early morning mist.
Above: The courtyard at Sheepdrove Eco Conference Centre.
Above: The steel animal sculpture by Patrick Bateman.
Above: The steel cuts a silhouette into a misty evening.
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Above: The conference centre reflects the setting sun.
Above: Whose footprints are these?
Above: Alpacas, with the eco conference centre in the background.
Above: A wooden arch stands as the threshold to the pathway to Nut Wood and the lake. This is another sculpture by Patrick Bateman.
Above: a female Stonechat fluffs up to keep warm.
Above: This Robin is hunting for food where snow has melted.
Above: Long winter shadows.
Above: Everything was coated by the heavy snowfall.
Above: Even the reeds have snow on them!
Above: The top of the cascade and stream on the reedbed system.
Above: Sheepdrove Lake in Cockcrow Bottom & Nut Wood to the west.
Above: The boathouse at the lake is a cosy retreat!