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In Pictures: UK freeze continues

London Eye

Sightseers looking at the capital from the London Eye would be able to see how snow and ice had covered the city.

Anna and Rachel

Two sisters were among the children who revelled in the snow. Anna, who is 16 months old, tried to pull her four-year-old sister, Rachel, on a sledge.

Christ's College, Cambridge

Students at Christ's College, Cambridge, were greeted by snow and frost when they rose for lectures.

Ducks on an icy lake

Bradbourne lakes, in Sevenoaks, Kent, shortly after snowfall, where ducks adapted to life on an icy lake.

Regent's Canal, which has been frozen over

Regent's Canal, in London, froze over and covered in snow, which left boats stuck in the ice.

Snowman

Children in snow-hit areas across the UK took the opportunity to make snowmen.

Sunrise over snow-covered fields

Sunrise over snow-covered fields on the South Downs just North of Brighton, in Sussex.




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