The beauty of a frosty sunrise cleanses
and invigotates the senses.
View towards the berry patch and espalier
Icing on the strawberries
Pine stumps on what is to become my spring garden bed
a lonely Nicotiana sylvestris
Frosted raspberry leaves enjoying the first rays of sun
View across the fence, the holding paddock
to the second holding paddock .
This little and ephemeral transformation is
the nearest I get to an all concealing snowcover.
Beautiful photos but I am glad I am only looking at all that frost and not having to actually feel it!ReplyDelete
Ton trèfle est "étrange"...
Hi! Thank you for your comment on my blog.ReplyDelete
In Japan it's the end of summer.
So I'm really pleased to see the icing leaves.
Because it's humid in Tokyo.
So I feel something cooool!
Those frosty leaves make good photography subjects at close range. Thanks a lot for dropping by in my blog. You have a beautiful blog here and I promise to be back.ReplyDelete
Glorious frost photos, Arija! I'm looking forward to our first fall frost.ReplyDelete
Godspeed on your journey and keep in touch along the way!
Willow x o
Oh, it looks enchanted. I know it may not be a popular feeling, but I cannot wait for frost! The colder the better for me. And, Edward.ReplyDelete
love the frosed strawberries...ReplyDelete
I love how you see the world
beautiful frosty pictures Arija. No frost here in Derbyshire today. It's been hot and humid this morning,then rainy all afternoon!ReplyDelete
What beautiful, frosty photos. Love the way the ice makes all the details stand out on the leaves. Your photos are just lovely.ReplyDelete
Very beautiful, but a bit too frosty for me :). I still enjoy the end of the summer here! Have a nice time!ReplyDelete
Liebe Arija, vielen Dank für Deinen Besuch auf meinem Wanderblog. Ich habe gerade eine Wanderung gepostet, und zwar auf die Rax Alpe. Für den Fall dass Du Höhenluft schnuppern willst :)ReplyDelete
Liebe Grüße Maria
Oh, that looks so inviting. We're having a last blast of summer heat here in my part of Canada, can't wait for the cool crisp fall days.ReplyDelete
Ariya, These photos are again spectacular.. Such a delicate season of winter you have... like a fairy waved her magic wand... but ever so subtley...ReplyDelete
I really, really like these group of photographs.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog.
I enjoy your blog so much that I gave you an award that is just a thank you and you don't have to pass it forward if you don't want to...ReplyDelete
Love this frost...like a sugar coat over the land.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos, as always.
Thankyou so much for the lovely comment. Please add me to your blogroll and I will do the same. Do check out my ABC Wednesday project, it is now in round 3! I am sure you would enjoy it.ReplyDelete
Great to meet you too,