Picture of the week: Fine reward for early start on a frosty morning

SWNS photographer Adam Gray got his rewards after getting out early on the coldest day of the year. Early risers were greeted with a crisp and frosty morning as temperatures dropped overnight.

Deer can be seen on a cold frosty morning in Richmond Park, London. 29 November 2016.

The amazing photographs, taken by the award winning SWNS staff photographer Adam Gray, captured resident deer rutting in the mist at sunrise in Richmond Park, London (November 29 2016).  Adam’s amazing photos made several national newspapers reporting on the ‘Big Freeze’ (and event usually marked by the first cold week during the British winter).

You can see more of the atmospheric images from Richmond Park, and The Sun Newspaper and Daily Mail Newspaper coverage, below…

Big freeze could turn DEADLY as forecasters warn temperatures are set to freefall tonight before getting as low as -10C by the weekend

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3985092/Jack-Frost-bites-Britain-Country-wakes-coating-ice-temperatures-plunged-10C-winter-doesn-t-start-TOMORROW.html

Deer can be seen on a cold frosty morning in Richmond Park, London. 29 November 2016.

Adam Gray is an award winning photographer. To see more of Adam’s pictures, take a look at Adam’s gallery here. You’ll find a small selection of some of Adam’s work.

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