'It looked like Game of Thrones' - Flitch Green has ice trees
- Credit: Paula Jade Photography
The recent cold snap has proved a boost to a woman who has set up a photography business.
Paula Baxter of Paula Jade Photography captured these pictures of 'ice trees' in Flitch Green.
Paula from Barnston said it had been a very cold day, with road surface water looking almost like a lake.
"When a car went past it splashed up and froze," she said.
She added: "It looked like Game of Thrones had come to Dunmow."
Paula is following in her late mother's footsteps to be a photographer. Pauline Baxter of north London died eight years ago. Her camera lenses and equipment integrate with Paula's kit.
"The first photograph I took was a raindrop on a leaf. That was her first ever picture," Paula said.
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Paula is on Instagram and her website will be unveiled soon. Her range will include nature, pets, newborn and family photos, and weddings in future.