I housesparkle for a client in a nearby village on a Tuesday every other week. It's a long shift so I am tired at the end of it but the family are delightful and appreciative of my efforts. Last time I drove over it was a sunny day with mist descending over the bare fields and everything twinkly still from a heavy hoar frost. The same weather conditions prevailed yesterday so I left a little earlier and stopped the car to take a few quick shots. From the road I thought it was sheep in the field eating winter feed...as you can see I couldn't have been more wrong. I was very close to the deer park across the road so why I should have been surprised heaven only knows.
Noticing this first thing set me up for the rest of the day.