Many thanks to Emma Stock who popped down to Meon Springs earlier this week to capture the morning after one of the coldest nights of the year so far. It may have been cold, but the lakes were breathtaking!
Here's a late entry from Lawrence Hill...
I could not resist the challenge of bashing out a couple of recycled Christmas decoration nymphs in a bid for a two fish ticket... writes Lawrence.
One has a red tag-end from left over wrapping ribbon teased out with a dubbing needle and ribbed with a split down gold foil bow from a cracker, and bonded in varnish.
The second is cellophane from a fortune telling fish (from a cracker) which was glued with cellulose varnish and ribbed with the core copper wire. Both weighted with electrical winding wire.