Tag Archives: frost
11.20.2022 Silent Sunday-Frost’s Artistry
11.11.2021 Aging beauty
I’ve only photographed hosta twice. Both times the back of the leaves drew my attention. This one during the summer backlit to show the structure and now with the beauty of aging dressed in frosty finery. Not exactly in another … Continue reading
11.09.2021 And just a few feet away
from the maintenance shed was this nicely shaped Red Oak pup trying its hardest to grow into a big tree. As with MacLeod Field, this area is regularly mowed so this tree may not gain its maturity but now that … Continue reading
11.08.2021 Almost Monochrome Monday
I considered converting to black and white but like the coolness of the frost. In some cases one color is acceptable to still be considered monochrome but this has some brown as well. Some folks like to present images in … Continue reading
11.07.2021 Autumn Frost
This could be the start of something. We’ve had a few frosts in the past week but yesterday was my first opportunity to do something beside scraping the windshield. Frosted Red Oak Leaves in MacLeod Field.
01.31.2021 Silent Sunday-Pas de Deux
01.18.2021 Macro Monday-Frost over Easy
Old but freshly processed…actually never processed before.
01.16.2021 When winter was winter
Yes, we have had a few days with “snow” but for the most part our temps have been around freezing or above. Today, mid-January, we are receiving rain with just a touch of flakes mixed in. Our last really cold … Continue reading
12.23.2020 Wordless Wednesday…The little known Northern Frost Palm
11.16.2020-2 Macro Monday
Another hint of frosty things to come as autumn winds down and winter approaches.