7/19/14

It's officially winter

Weather here is so different from any I was used to--I keep waiting for bundle-up-with-three-layers-of-clothes cold but it never really happens. For the record, I am NOT complaining--just explaining :)

This morning was very unusual because we awoke to a very heavy frost. It's the thickest I've seen since I've been here and it was quite pretty. Of course, we had to take photos. The first 3 are Hubby's before I got up.







I'm sure that you feel so sorry for me now, but I'll be strong and get--oh, look, the sun's out and the frost is gone!

18 comments:

Linda W. said...

Love the frost patterns in that last photo.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Wonderful series!

maryaustria said...

Wonderful photos! So beautiful! Here it is summer and hot...

Pearl Maple said...

Great photos capturing the frost, everything seems so much prettier with a little sprinkling of white

Cynthia said...

Oh so beautiful. I do feel a bit sorry for the frosted flowers, however.

Alexa T said...

Superb.. it looks like a winter tale .... pages that want to be shared!! a very warm greetings!!

Follygirl said...

oh how nice .. how I envy you!
I wait that it is finally cool ... here in Germany it is unbearably hot!

marshaleith said...

wonderful photos...especially the cows and the flowers!!

Carver said...

Beautiful frosty shots and I love your flowers as guest host on Today's Flowers.

Tim P said...

A very nice set of photos. I especially like the first one. What mountain is that?

Lisa Gordon said...

I sure wish our winters looked like yours!
These photographs are wonderful.

Beth of "E." Lizard Breath Speaks said...

so frosty - love the cows. & that mtn. shot is amazing!! stay warm. ( :

Zosia said...

Beautiful photos. I wish we had just the frost in winter.

Tante Mali said...

Thank you for sharing this pictures! It's wonderful to see the "other side"!! Stunning images and great shots!
All my best from Austria
Elisabeth

Roan said...

Brr. Gave me a chill just looking at these shots. That first shot is worthy of a frame. Love the frosty flowers, too. I've been missing out. Trying to catch up, but sadly my time is limited. I'll be working 7 days a week for the next few months but will visit when I can.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

I love early-light, frosty mornings! Your photos are so beautiful!

~Lindy

Mariusz from Nowy Sacz said...

This mountain is magical.

In Poland it is now warm. Sometimes it could use a little of your coolness.

pattisjarrett said...

It looks lovely. We've had a couple days I would like to have seen a wee bit of frost, but milder days prevail.