Sunday, July 10, 2011

Frosty Weekend


This morning


Yesterday morning


Frost on some paper bark from a nearby paperbark tree.


Sunshine working its magic!


A frosty morn is a noteworthy event in our household, only occurring a few times each winter. Our old house is certainly not built for weather extremes, however the sun is now shining brightly, promising another sensational warm winter's day outside.

Hope you all have a lovely Sunday!



25 comments:

Karen said...

I know that frosty mornings are a cold way to start the day, but I really love the sunshine that follows!

Jill said...

Such lovely photos!

missing moments said...

Great photos ... always interesting to see a cold season when it is so hot here!

renee said...

I can relate! Really clever and clear photos (I'm running out of adjectives to describe your photography - it's always so lovely).

Oh and I forgot to mention just before, congratulations on getting a mention on the Flowers on Saturday photo share - well done. And see, it just supports what I've said above.

lisa said...

Wonderful photographs.
Reminds me of what is to come in a few months here.

My Sweet Prairie said...

I am giggling at the weather extreme! Here it is 35c in summer and -35c in winter. Pretty frost! You are green year round?
Monika in Canada

Erin said...

It was 4C yesterday morning! I was freezing! never moving south.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Hi Monika!
Yes, thought some of you would pick up on "extremes". We are green all year round, well maybe brown from frost in winter and heat in summer, but the trees are mostly green. We do have days into the 40+ range in summer but our winters are lovely. Our homes aren't centrally heated so inside is often nearly as cold as outside. We wear our parkers/jackets inside the house as well as outside. During the middle of the day it is definitely warmer outside than inside most days.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Was that inside or outside Erin? It was below zero here- outside.

minor said...

It is very hot today, 36°C or 97°F in Tokyo. It looks like another world.
It was February that I went to Tasumania and Melbourne.
http://serendipity05.jugem.jp/?eid=240 I like Austraria very much.

Sivinden said...

Frosty and beautiful.

Our Typical Life said...

FROST?? Wow. It's gonna be 90 here, with 100% humidity (again). Our poor air conditioner is gonna bust soon!

Miko's Girl said...

Refreshing too look at while I endure temps in the 90s with humidity just as high. Thanks for sharing!

Michele H. said...

i just love beautiful close up photos of icy grass. reminds me so much of the holidays in my neck of the woods. visiting from simple things:)

rebecca said...

so pretty...you have me thinking cool thoughts on a SUPER hot day here in the Caribeean. :) thanks for sharing! Rebecca

Andrea said...

wonderful! has captured the freshness of the ice.

D'On Marx said...

The frost looks beautiful in those images.

Heart n Soul said...

Love these... your photos are inspiring! ... I would love to do a photography course.

Julie said...

Wow. These photos are fabulous!

Fotobloggen 2011 said...

Frost look great on photos but it seems a bit strange for me, having a quite warm summer right now. that's one of the thrills with looking and blogging with people from all over the world

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

Wonderfil coolness ! Great pictures !
Send you warmth... Synnöve

jo said...

Gives me the shivers...
Don't want to start thinking about that yet :-)
Winter comes around so fast. Our trees are already shedding leaves.

lisa said...

Just stopping back to say thank you so much for sharing these wonderful photographs today, at The Creative Exchange.

Have a wonderful day!

lisa.

The Whimsical Wife said...

Thanks for dropping by the whimsical wife! Love your frosty photo's! Especially the clover ones!

Sara said...

I love these! Especially the perspective on the 1st. The last one is my favourite though! Haven't seen any frost here this winter, much to my disappointment, I'd love to photograph it. I'm following you back now, love your blog!

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