Except for one sparkling crown of ice; there's a garden pond with a fountain that has continued bubbling through frost and snow. The tall decorative grasses growing alongside have been transformed into fat fingers of clear ice. It's hard to believe that those thin dried stems can be the basis for such stout icicles.
The floods have left 12 tyres washed up amongst the assorted plastic flotsam on the small silt island in the river. West Yorkshire is awash with discarded tyres. It's not surprising that so many of them were dumped here by the flood.
A pair of Mallards swims across the river above the weir. The female may lay her clutch of 8 or 9 eggs as early as March. They've even been recorded sitting on eggs in February.