‘On a cold and frosty morning’

The last few mornings have been cold  –  very cold!  Brief appearances by the sun have failed to burn away a  thin curtain of icy fog that has lingered throughout the day.  Thick layers of frost have transformed familiar objects.

Spiders have abandoned their webs in search of more hospitable accommodation.

The iron garden gate has acquired a spiky white coat.


Filed under Colour, Minimalist, Nature, photography, Sunlight, Texture, Uncategorized

15 responses to “‘On a cold and frosty morning’

  1. WOW! Louis these are spectacular! Love each one!

  2. I love it ! How do I know I love it cause I can look at it , and look at it, and set my eyes on it. Thank you

  3. Jack Frost has been kind – excellent set of images.


  4. Gigi Galore

    Golly! Now this is definitely something from Narnia – that’s you and Karen (drawandshoot) both today! 🙂

  5. To be mentioned in the same sentence as Karen really is an honour – a bit like having tea with the Queen!

  6. Pingback: Frosty Garden Globe « jmeyersforeman photography

  7. I have never seen frozen cobweb like this, it must have been extremely humid before freezing. My favorite is otherwise the last…

  8. Great shots – but for me the winner is that gate again! 🙂

  9. Thanks. It was an amazing scene.

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