A frosty Cauldon Canal
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A 2 day freezing fog left most of the trees covered in a heavy hoar frost. When the fog cleared and the sun came out a new level of beauty was on show.
Taken in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, England during my recent trip there.
The Cauldon Canal was one of the main sources of moving finished pottery wares from the factories in the 1800's If you own Royal Doulton, Spode, Minton or Wedgewood it was probably made in this city.
My first image with my new P & S - a Sony DSC W330 Cyber-shot. Still cannot use my DSLR due to my shoulder injury.