This morning, from our daughter's old room (middle of the house) for a symmetrical view with fisheye:
Snowing steadily. The tree on the left is a 100+ year old holly, taller than the house, which is covered in red berries every November. 20 years ago the seasons were different, and we had berries in the week around Christmas, but quite often now the berries arrive in October and there are none at all left by Christmas. We used to let people cut them to make decorations, not possible now. I have trained wild honeysuckle to grow up into the tree so that in summer, it is covered with honeysuckle flowers. We did the same with clematis but it got out of control and had to be removed.
The chicken house contains our one lonely chicken still left, survivor of two fox attacks. I have to lift the lid (very heavy now from the snow) and replace her water feeder with hot water every morning, by the next morning it is frozen solid. We found some Christmas cake made two years ago and not finished, so she's got some very high energy feed (so have I, the fruit cake still tastes fine even though the icing is hard and yellow!). The new house was built by a keen fisherman (we are about 200 yards from the Tweed) who has a lot of showbiz friends who come to stay for fishing. No, I don't get the camera out, ever, even if a shot of a top TV personality pulling on a pair of waders would be worth a few pounds!