A silver morning in the meadow
Ran out yesterday morning before tea! I know, unheard of…but then look at what I found. The meadow, fields, pines and hedgerows have been touched by Jack Frost. Everything has taken on a lovely, spiky malevolence.
I love it.
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!! I love it too–Thank you Veronica (and Jack Frost 🙂
Heavy frost…beautiful. I didn’t realize (until now) a frost had spikes.
Wow! I am feeling chillier just looking at these amazing photos.
I am saying wow a lot aren’t I?
Hi Annie from Mammasaurus, thank you for having a look. I’m so glad you’ve left your site addy because now I can go
stalkvisit you! I love the word WOW! Good job! 🙂
What beautiful pictures! Snow always amazes me as we don’t see much of it in Australia 🙂 I’ve only ever seen it once in my life and even then I’m sure it was mostly man made!
Thank you Sophie. A couple of years ago I landed in England on the 15th of December and by the 17th the entire country was at a complete stand still because of the snow. No trash pick up, no mail, no flights…nothing. That was a lovely quiet Christmas. 🙂
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Oooh, these are beautiful! My favorites are #4,5 and 6.
Thanks for linking this up with the TALU, Veronica!
Hi Anne, that was such a magical morning. Thanks for visiting from TALU.