Hi Sean,Will they be in black & white? If so i prefer the 2nd & 3rd shots, although something snowy would be popular for Christmas. I've just set that last image, in glorious technicolour, as my desktop wallpaper. It looks great :-)Angela
Absolutely LOVE all the photos but they don't float my boat from a Christmas card perspective. :)
Only the top one strikes me as being Wintery Sean, although they are all great shots. I also think the top one is a scene "everyone" can relate to, great moody sky,fresh powdery snow and a Lakeland wall. However,as a Chritmas card i dont think they really suit. Andy
Hi SeanSuper photos but they don't really give me that 'Christmas' feeling. A couple of your earlier shots that I particularly like are from the following walks -3 Feb 097th picture down - The route to Pillar across a frozen tarn4 Mar 0921st picture down - High Street and the far eastern fells.Brenda
Would prefer the 1st option for a Christmas card, the others are great shots for "general" cards. A few snowy/ frosty winter scenes with at least one Casper or Angus in the snow shot, with proceeds from Christmas cards to a local mountain rescue charity would epitomize Striding Edge & sell it to me!
Thanks for the comments, it seems that everyone has their own faves. I will choose 5 suitable winter scenes and sell them in a gift pack, all proceeds to Love the Lakes Ltd I'm afraid!Sean
I like them all, the B&W works really well and I don't think it matters if they don't all have snow and ice in them. The B&W conveys a wintry feel. Maybe these and some of those fantastic snowy ones you took a year or so back - Helvellyn/Catstycam I think it was?
Hi SeanI liked the first one, but would also like to see some nice snowy ones.Sherran
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