Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Monday 6 February 2012

Sunday morning didn't exactly dawn, what with heavy cloud still casting a misty gloom around, but that hadn't stopped a lot of people coming out to build their snowman and generally lark about. By the time I'd joined a family snowman-building exercise in the park, there were plenty of examples, like this, already dotted around the riverside and the local parks.

This year's snow was of an unusually suitable stickiness for building snowmen, even for rolling up almost like a carpet into substantial boulders.

Over in Greenwich, plenty of people were sliding down the hill - and the Cutty Sark's masts and rigging are now rising through the mist again:

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