Visitors at Blashford today had to trek their way through drifts of snow! Of course they weren't real snow drifts at all but drifts made from millions of tiny seeds from the Willow trees which had been released into the air. The seeds are supported by white fluff, helping them to catch the breeze and take flight. As it is so still the air has been filled with these seeds all day. They have been floating around before settling on mass to produce quite a spectacle.