First it's coffee and time to look out the window into the back yard. Oh my! I can hardly see the field or the road to town. It looks like some kind of icy fog. Time to let Baron out though.
As I open the garage door and step out, Baron is busy checking out the tracks of any nightime visitors. It's part of his morning ritual. The hoar frost covers all the trees.
I wave at all the neighbors as they head off to work. I don't miss having to do that much at all!
Down the highway a bit, our neighbors farmhouse looks shrouded in mystery. Fog and hoar frost can do that.
What a lovely sight.ReplyDelete
We had freezing frost last month. It was beautiful. Couldn't believe the huge crystals it left on the limbs of trees.ReplyDelete
Well, it is pretty, that's for sure. I've seen enough variations of frozen water lately to last me a good long tme, though - I'm ready for pictures of greenery and flowers! C'mon, Spring!ReplyDelete
Neat photos. No frost here, just lots of snow. I really like your last photo.ReplyDelete
Wow. That is really something. It is a very impressive sight.ReplyDelete
I must tell you how much I enjoyed your wonderful pics......thanks. LoReplyDelete
Your "Hoar Frost" pictures are gorgeous. We had a bit of that a couple weeks ago...beautiful!ReplyDelete
the snow makes everything look beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, Troutbirder. I'm glad you took them! We had hoarfrost recently, too... but believe it or not, I didn't take my camera outdoors.ReplyDelete
Kia ora TB,ReplyDelete
Beautiful stuff. This is a quite common occurence here by the mountain rivers in winter, particularly in the mornings. The tops are snow covered, but the deep valleys still green and lush in winter. So on those cold clear winter evenings the temps drop down by the rivers we get wonderful and amazing hoar frosts.
It's as if there was a beautiful shroud over everything, must have been wondrous walking and clicking...and I've learned something again from you. Interesting and titillating!ReplyDelete
Nice wintry photos! Love that last one.ReplyDelete
BEAUTIFUL! How can people dislike winter? *~<];-)ReplyDelete