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Beautiful scenery!!Have a great sunday :)Anna
These cool me down. It's nice to think about frost while I'm in 90 degrees plus temps! Beautiful shots...
Nice "winter"-photos!Have a great scenic sunday//Eva
Your photos prove that Nature's frosts can be a secret work of art! Wonderful!
Oh! So icy :) You have winter we are heading fall but I dont want to .... I wat summer all the time :)
very nice shots...have a great week!
This is so icy and beautiful. NZ will always be in my memory since my last visit.
Wonderful ice crystal shots!
great frosty shots but so far away from our summer. Tough before one knows it we're there to. Time flyes..... Thanks for showing!
These shots sure cooled me off! :)The leaf shots are my favorites - one has 'whiskers' and the last looks velvetey!
What a refreshing post on a hot summer day :)
Lovely shots! It would be too cold for my comfort to be up there. We do get ground frost like that at the Horton Plains National Park in Dec-Jan.
Beuatiful patterns they make!Very nice.
Great shots. That first one of the frozen pond strikes me most. It looks as though a large fish is swimming beneath the ice. I'm sure it's just a rock but still... my imagination.
Oh amazing shots!!! I always forget you all are in the end of winter there!! Love the ice crystal shots - stunning!! Sarah
Beautiful frosty photos!
Beautiful macro shots.Luiz Ramos
Wow, it's strange to see a frosted world when it's so hot here in the flatlands.I see that you used to live in Missouri. One of my best friends from Jr. High set sail around the world about 20 years ago and ended up staying in New Zealand. Somewhere around Whangeri...did I spell that correctly. I don't hear from her much but I know she loves it there.Thanks for visiting Prattle.
Did you do much skiing?You did a good job with the frosted plants. My paled in comparision.Cheers,Ann :)
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