Overnight one night, we had a slight hoarfrost.
I love it when that happens.
It covers all the bare vegetation
with frost that looks like it has been sprinkled by powdered sugar.
Here, if it is a sunny morning you have to hurry to get out to capture
it before the sun melts it all off the trees and bushes.
So, one day when I woke up a little later than usual, I saw it...
and rushed to get out there to capture some of it for you...
This particular time, it was like a mix of hoarfrost and ice on the branches, making them shimmer and sparkle:
I was Ooooo-ing and Awwww-ing the whole time out there:
It positively illuminated the day!:
I loved it against the clouds and blue, blue, sky:
Nature shining at its best:
Closeup and personal:
I have more pictures for you on a future blogpost...
I was out there
enjoying the scenes so much
that my fingers began looking like the branches above!
God's decorations always always win first place, these are wonderful
I could not agree with you more...those photos are spendid and the cotrast between the blue and white are remarkable! What a feast for the eyes and I'm wondering; is hoarfrost a real word or did you make that up? I've never heard of such a thing and the word is clever so I wondered...
Cold and frosty....and the brilliance of the blue sky made it POP! Great pictures, can't wait for more..
Beautiful photos ! Hubby and I went to our fav camera shop and treated our selves with a few new lenses . I bought the Nikon Micro NIKKOR 60 mm 2.8 VR lens Nikon NIKKOR 55-300 and hubby bought Sigma 150-500mm lens thats a heavy lens and also one each of the Element covers for our camera's so now we can have more fun with our photography ! Have a wonderful day !
So many gorgeous, gorgeous shots!
Oh my! That is so beautiful. So often here we have fog with front, not blue sky. The contrast is amazing.
Those photos are breath-takingly beautiful. Especially the ones of the branches against the blue sky.
OH.....A "hoar" frost! I always wondered what that was...Obviously, we don't get them over here. Nice pics Joan!
I seldom see that on the trees here. They are beautiful with that frost on them, especially against a clear blue sky like that!!
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