It’s a snowy Thursday Doors post this week from Ballycastle in Northern Ireland, where I’m chillin’ (literally) with family. Here’s a few photos I captured from inside the house, where the temperature was much higher than outside.
We had a heavy snowfall overnight and next morning the sunrise was beautiful, I almost didn’t photograph it, I was so busy admiring the scene.
Even the sunshine later on didn’t melt the snow and it remained like this for the next few days.
I know all of you who live in colder climates will laugh at the few inches we call a snowfall, but as we’re not used to having the white stuff dress our landscape every winter, when it does so, it’s a big deal. Even The Gaffer thinks so, as you’ll see from his reaction in this video.
I was worried his poor old paws might not take to such a chilly surface (after all, he was born in Spain) so I didn’t let him spend too much time outdoors. Our walks lately have been infrequent and very short. There’s nothing like a nice warm bed beside a radiator on days like this, wouldn’t you agree?
I took some nice shots of Ballycastle town during my visit, so I’ll feature them on the next Thursday Doors post. It was great to have you chill out with me and The Gaffer this week and if you’d like to see a few more doors from around the globe, you’ll find them on the link at the end of Norm’s post. Enjoy.