The Met Office defines a white Christmas as when “one snowflake is observed to fall in the 24 hours of Christmas somewhere in the UK.” As there’s been snowfall across Aberdeenshire, Perthshire and Shetland that’s good enough for them and it’s good enough for us. Here’s hoping we at least get a few flurries here too. In the meantime, this gives us a great excuse to share these brilliant photos, sent to us earlier in the year, by Hamish Porter: