A Touch Of Frost

Today was our second frost this week – I think Autumn is finally talking with Winter.
Frosted Rose (2)Frosted Rose (3)Frosted Silver Birch LeafFrosted Rose (1)

20 responses to “A Touch Of Frost”

  1. I do agree and in another week the calendar will agree too. Love the pic of the frost rimmed leaf!

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    1. Thanks. Just to confuse us all, it was lovely afternoon today, quite balmy.

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  2. Awww! Love the pictures (but am not a bit jealous of the frost ;))

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    1. Thanks Jesska. I like the early frosts, it’s just when they get to be everyday that I get a little cold with them 🙂

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  3. Beautiful and sad.

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    1. The garden needs seasons, how else could we appreciate the changes, and the plants need the rest too.

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  4. And so we turn – you into winter, me into summer – resistance is futile and seeing the beauty of each season is the key to content at some level I think. Your photos are magical. I can feel the cold coming off those leaves!

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    1. Just waht I was thinking Osyth – all part of appreciating what we have when we have it, and knowing that change will always happen, and that is to be appreciated too. I did think the little leaf was giving off cold vibes, glad you felt that too.

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  5. We were still getting frosts up until about three weeks ago. Nothing better than going out for a walk on a cold, crisp frosty morning, Claudette. It sets you up for the day.

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    1. well it would, if I did, which I don’t, as I am usually driving off to work at 7am. 🙂

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      1. How about on the weekends? Although I expect that means a bit of lay-in?

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        1. Nope, can’t lay in – body hurts too much 🙂 I suppose I could, but really I am just lazy these days 🙂

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  6. Lovely frosty photos Claudette.

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    1. Thanks Ruth. Frost does make things pretty.

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  7. These are so delicate I’m almost afraid to look at them or they will break. Beautiful

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    1. It is wonderful how a touch of frost makes things look like that. Thanks WD

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  8. Nearly in the thick of summer right now, but I’m looking forward to experiencing a true autumn this year. Your photos are gorgeous!

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    1. Thansk CJ. I guess where you are moving too, frost will become very common for you. How’s the packing going?

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      1. Not too bad. I’m one of those weirdos who enjoys the packing process, especially the weeding out of clutter and why-did-we-buy-this items. 🙂

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        1. Oh, I’m one of the de-cluttering fans too. I usually have to talk myself out of throwing everything and the kitchen sink out! 🙂

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