READERS have been sending their snow photos to the Mail.
We asked you to send in your snaps of the recent wintry weather and you haven’t let us down - from Lego men to odd shapes in the snow, we’ve compiled a gallery of your pictures here (Click the Harborough Snow Photos Gallery on the right, or below if you are reading this on a mobile device).
The gallery includes submissions from Eddie White, of Gartree, who snapped an amusing scene of a Lego tractor stuck in the snow being rescued by firefighters.
Simon Allen sent a photo of his wife Amanda Allen, Annie Callis and Betsy the dog enjoying a canalside walk.
Heather Barnett, of Great Bowden Road, sent us four photos, of the canal near Theddingworth, Sibbertoft Church, a sign near Bluebell Hill and her daughter Holly’s snowman.
Rachel Clarke was out walking in Harborough when she saw this bizarre symmetrical shape in the snow caused by tyre treads, which looked as if it had been drawn deliberately by an artistic motorist.
And after his amusing ski picture outside the Old Grammar School last February, dentist Ed Moncrief went one better by performing a jump in The Square, Harborough.
The gallery also includes some great shots taken on Monday morning by Mail photographer Tony Waugh.