A frosty morning.
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already frosty even though it's only the beginning of autumn ?
...we have frosty mornings too.
The blooms in frost make for a strong image. Sorry about your chilly weather.
I hope the plants will resist!
Beautiful image, even it's cold!
Happy WW and a fine week!😘❤️
It's getting like that here, 4 degrees this morning in Greymouth.
The frosty herb resembles our gray cress? (Berteroa incana) With you the first and with us maybe the last frost, who knows?
Fall has arrived. It's still winter here. We're waiting for Spring.
Thank you for hosting the fun.
Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥
Lovely macro shot of frosted blooms
Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Cool macro shot, Betty.
Happy Wednesday and thanks for hosting.
Looks like winter or at least autumn is coming to you. We have had cool mornings and evenings of late. And clear sunny days. Enjoy the rest of your week and thankyou again for the linkup.
Love seeing that in the early Season of Winter. Hoping though we are done with it, but I doubt it. Great photos of the frost. I was looking to see when I should start seeds indoors, and it said 10 weeks before the last Frost where I live.
Oh frozen plants - I hope we become her in Germany now spring without cold days in April,
A plant covered with sparkling diamonds! Lovely.
Frosty maybe, but you have flowers. We still have snow and will be getting more on Friday.
Frost makes a pretty picture!
Beautiful frost or jewels on the flowers.
It's getting warmer in our part of the world and colder in yours. Though we have still had a fairly pleasant March so far with the intermittent showers, and some hail storms too.
Enjoy wintering dear Betty.
Joined with some 'brain fever" ;-)
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