Beautiful British Gardens in Winter:
We bring you photos from around the UK, depicting the beginning of Winter.
Last week we saw Higher
areas - including the Pennines, the North York Moors and north east
Scotland covered in Snow, and with the floods that came the week before,
it looks like the Winter ahead may be a turbulent one - certainly
something to take into account when considering the maintenance needed
for your garden furniture.
If you've taken any Winter photos then send them through to email@example.com - they will be entered and the best will be shown on the Telegraph's website!
Remember that its not just professional pictures that the Telegraph are searching for, ones from your back garden are perfect!
Lovely sight first thing in the morning, but not the warmest of places to start work!
We can't wait until the icicles start hanging off our front porch! One sure way to improve the curb-appeal of your home!
Mark took this fantastic picture just down the road from us in Henley, showing just how stunning our rural walks are on days like this.
Joe da Rainha sent in this beautiful picture of rising fog over the North Downs in Surrey. These kind of pictures really give us a sense of how much the landscape is affected by the changing temperatures throughout the year.
David Sim, the telegraphs online picture editor, took this great little photo with his iphone! Get snapping people, im sure you can all find something beautiful to capture in your garden.
|Fog is visible on Loch Lomond as seen from Duncryne hill, by Gartocharn in Scotland - Picture: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images|
If you have any winter photos then please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org where they will be placed on the Telegraph website if they are successful!
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