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ROSS-ON-WYE SNOW SCENES FEBRUARY 2004
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Snowfall in Ross-on-Wye has been an extremely infrequent event over the past twenty years. There was a little in 1996 and a lot in 1982 but other than that, just the odd flurry. It was quite pleasant to awake this morning to a light covering. On seeing the snow, I took the opportunity to hurriedly fumble for some clothes in the dark, get dressed and go straight out to take some photographs before it melted away. I did manage to capture the town from all angles, taking around seventy photographs in total but have only included four of the shots below. I hope you enjoy the views.

Apologies for the copyright notice through the middle of the photos but I have seen one of these photos these printed as a Christmas Card without permission.

A view of Ross-on-Wye Market House 27 February 2004
A snowy view of Ross-on-Wye Market House 27 February 2004.
A view of St. Mary's Parish Church Ross-on-Wye, 27 February 2004
A snowy view of St. Mary's Parish Church Ross-on-Wye, 27 February 2004.
A view of the Rudhall Alms Houses and Plague Cross, Ross-on-Wye, 27 February 2004
A snowy view of the Rudhall Alms Houses and Plague Cross, Ross-on-Wye, 27 February 2004.
A view of  Ross-on-Wye, 27 February 2004
A snowy scene in Ross-on-Wye, 27 February 2004.

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