Another hint of frosty things to come as autumn winds down and winter approaches.
That’s so beautiful!
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Thanks, Liz! 🙂
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Lovely image, Steve!
Very nice Steve! Enjoyed the Frosty image!
Frost is coming to my area soon, probably this week.
You will probably get frost tomorrow night if your weather is connected to ours. Our forecast calls for a drop into the teens.
Happy forthcoming frost.
Thanks. It should provide some nice opportunities.
We’ve had some frost and it’s fun to work with!
That it is although I imagine it can make farm work a little slippery. 🙂
The variety of shapes and colors is so perfectly autumn. There’s just enough frost to highlight the leaves’ lines, without dimming the color.
I liked the outline the frost created as well as all the tiny point of white on the surface. I am not looking forward to the cold weather for itself but am anticipating its beauty.
I love photos of frosted leaves. We will have to wait a while yet for that in Belgium.
I hope I’ll have more to share, Sel. And I hope the wait isn’t too long for you to enjoy it in your own spots. Here’s one from last year.
That’s a lovely one Steve, a rich red, maple or oak?
Red as it is, it’s a white oak-Quercus alba.
I’ve been out of the picture for too long, but I peek back in and see this picture and go, wow I’ve been missing things.
Thanks, Mike. It’s been a nice run of imaging lately. Here’s something similar but just a bit different from a few weeks ago.
Thank you. Amazing!
This is an unusual and great shot, really like it, the leaves look like fancy decorations in an expensive shop.
Interesting thought. There’s beauty in decay. 🙂
Frost works so very well with fallen leaves. I’m with you in spirit as our spring develops into summer.
It’ll be the deep freeze soon and I think you might miss you MN winters just a bit, no?
There’s no doubt that we miss real winter. We both grew up with them, I in SE Michigan and CD in Minneapolis. Everywhere we’ve lived–Berlin, Kansas, Superior WI, Milwaukee, Duluth, Ashland WI, Omaha, and even northern VA–we had snow and cold and learned to embrace and appreciate them. There are, of course, two permanent glaciers in the Southern Alps, but this far north in Auckland it doesn’t drop below freezing. It gets rainy and windy and rather unpleasant, but we can’t in good conscience really call it winter.
Excellent close-up … love the hoar frost! I think I need to dust off the macro lens for more opportunities this winter. So many roads a re inaccessible here in the winter and on others it is hard to find a place to pull off.
I imagine that the Colorado landscapes make it difficult to move in close when there is so much grandeur to appreciate. But the little world out there is fascinating too. Last winter was great for icy macros. I hope yours is this winter as well. Thanks!
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