#WRITEPHOTO – SNOWY PEAKS by Jemima Pett

Hills surrounded by snow with the odd peice of long grass poking through here or there.

A little glimpse at what awaits us by Jemima Pett

Thank you so much for taking part in the #Writephoto – SNOWY PEAKS prompt.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… la la la la la. I love a bit of bad singing to Christmas music. I also love a bit of snow… if it’s a day off and I can actually go outside and enjoy it that is.

Hills surrounded by snow with the odd peice of long grass poking through here or there.
Snowy Peaks – Image by KL Caley

“Why are we climbing this hill, Roscoe?”

“It’s the border, Nev. Right at the top of these snowy peaks. The crossing point. At least in this part of the world.”

“I thought the crossing point was at the turn of tide on the beach.”

“In Norfolk, Nev. That’s right for Norfolk. But we’re up on the high ground now.”

Neville said nothing, just put his head down and followed in Roscoe’s footsteps, as usual.

Roscoe stopped, and gazed around him. “There. Isn’t it beautiful?”

See more at:

Snowy Peaks | #writephoto Flash Fiction for @marysmithwriter – Jemima Pett

Much Love
KL 

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