Jersey from a different perspective

A number of reasons have combined to prevent the up dating of the blog as much as I had hoped for but these images of the south west cliffs of Jersey have encouraged me to put a few pictures on the site.
Jersey has a stunning landscape but the arrival of snow, which is very rare, transforms the island into something truly memorable.
Schools were closed today so we made the most of the unexpected bonus. All we need to do now is to get out on the water.

Looking east from near Corbiere, the north easterly wind hadn’t picked up yet.
Nicky on the the headland at Landes du Ouest. This was early in the morning and we were the first to head out onto the cliffs. Corbiere Lighthouse is visible behind.
Petit Port in the south west of the island. The high tide mark is clearly visible in the snow.
The snow continued to fall throughout the day and this is looking north along St Ouens Bay late in the afternoon. Better know for its surf the beach was a very special place today.