Tuesday, 10 November 2009

More Frost


more photos from yesterday's walk along the Water of Leith, as is the new header.

26 comments:

Elizabeth M Rimmer said...

Those are proper frost pictures - I love that big umbel

The Weaver of Grass said...

I love every one of your headers - I think my favourite was probably the chestnuts in their shells, but this one shows what a good frost you had - we had a tiny one here but nothing like as spectacular as that.

Michael said...

Our frost was much milder as well. Great pictures.

steven said...

crafty green those are gorgeous ferwosty pics!!!! wow!! steven

Ron Eklof said...

This is stunning.

Cold winter salad
Frosty greens are a mouthful
Perhaps with iced tea

Kari of Writing Up A Storm said...

Thoughts on your lovely photos:

Velvet frost
Ice-quilted coverlet
Winter wool.

Very inspiring blog! I'm from Texas and we are still a few weeks away from our first frost. xo Kari

bunnygirl said...

How nice! All we get here on the hot and humid Gulf Coast is dew. :(

mansuetude said...

oohhh my heart. I can feel the air, the crisp...

that leaf on your header so sensually showing its structures. Beautiful.

Robert Frost must have stolen his name from these.

Fire Byrd said...

Oh what a lovely blog.... Angela sent me here, and what a treat, made even more so by the RSPB sight to hear the birds.

Raph G. Neckmann said...

What lovely photos - the frost is so delicate and beautiful. We have not had any here yet!

Bonjour Luxembourg said...

Hello dear friend,
I came from weekend reflection, thanks for your kind words in our blog ( Bonjour Luxembourg ) and I would like to say your blog is outstanding!Specially this fabulous post!
Have a nice week
Léia :)

Susan Richardson said...

Beautiful photos - I love this time of year!

Cathy said...

Lovely frosty pictures. Gorgeous time of year. We have only had a couple of mild frosts down south so far but it is obviously a lot colder where you are Juliet.

The only drawback is having to get out of a warm bed in the mornings when I just want to turn over and go back to sleep...haha.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Brrr ... but pretty. Here in the Pacific NW of the USA it is rain, rain rain ... dribble dribble dribble ...

Alison Wiley said...

What I love is that you are so mindful of the natural world, so consistently connected to it, including sensually -- all while living in a city. Millions of people in the world would be happier (and then kinder) if they followed your example. It seems that kindness often follows happiness.

Lucy said...

Amazing to have such frost already. It's so lovely for photos isn't it? I like the banner one too.

Ana said...

Beautiful pictures.
We are still enjoying our Indian Summer...

RachelW said...

Wow, the frosty umbels look just fabulous!

fourwindsphotojournal said...

Pretty! That one great walk, to produce such beauty.

ramblingwoods.com said...

What a great idea for your header. This is the first day we have had any visible frost so I am going to get out with my camera..Perfect for Nature Notes...Thank you.. Michelle

moosh said...

I love your header photo. Perfect leaf.

Gel said...

Hi Julia,

Nice photos- am especially drawn to the second and your header!

dsmcaron said...

I love it when frost, ice or snow lies along the lines of plants and trees. It's such a beautiful look.

Nicole said...

Lovely frost shots!
I love all the icicles!

Stine in Ontario said...

I love frost this time of year - it's so beautiful. In March I may have a different opinion. :)

Carver said...

I love the way early frost looks. Great shots.