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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Hoarfrost: Part THREE

Just a few more pictures today
of the
lovely hoarfrost
we had one winter's morn.

Enjoy!

















































May this winter's day find you in awe of Nature
and may the day be as bright as this was!!

18 comments:

Tracy said...

I am just mesmerized by the beauty! I expecially like the ones with the blue contrast against the dark sky! quite lovely!

Wanda..... said...

The sun does make the Hoar Frost glisten...our ice storm gave us a similar look yesterday.

Gaston Studio said...

They just get better and better Joan. It's going to be 70 today in eastern NC but it will only last this one day, then back to winter!

Brian Miller said...

wow...everything all glittery...love that 3rd pic...against the blue sky...

Bossy Betty said...

These a stunning! What beauty nature provides for us. Thanks for capturing it so wonderfully.

beth said...

Lovely shots! Living in Phoenix, I must enjoy the cold over the internet!

TechnoBabe said...

Your lovely words about being in awe of nature moved me so much today. The photos are beautiful.

COUNTRY GAL said...

Absolutly beautiful photos !

Eva Gallant said...

I love seeing the world through your viewfinder!

Sandra said...

i love them all, the 3rd one down is my favoirte and i love it the mostest. gorgeous and awesome

Mellodee said...

With so much of the country suffering under enormous accumulations of snow and blizzard conditions, this might not be the best day to appreciate pictures of things frosty!! LOL!! :)

Loree said...

I am in love with hoarfrost :)

Emma Springfield said...

One of my favorite sights is to awaken to a hoar frost. I also like to drive through an area that looks like it is covered with a heavy dusting of powdered sugar. You captured the phenomenon beautifully.

Linda Reeder said...

Gorgeous!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Joan, I have enjoyed all of your hoarfrost pictures... I especially like the ones with the blue sky in the background.
Hugs,
Betsy

Grandmother said...

It's a landscape I enjoy in photos (only) so thanks for sharing them. So lovely (from afar).

ladyfi said...

Hoar frost is magical! These shots are wonderful.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Just like millions of diamonds! Beautiful:)

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