When sun shines on icicles, and they don’t melt, you know it’s cold out there!
When skies are clear, yet the sun doesn’t melt snow from the trees, it’s bitter cold.
My favorite frosty photo. Ice crystals forming on the surface of a small birdbath.
The weather in Vancouver, WA today is well represented by the above photo. Clear and sunny, with below freezing temps at night. Creighton, Jello and I have been enjoying warm wood stove fires in the evenings, and holiday decorating is in full swing.
To all who celebrate the autumn harvest of thanksgiving, cheers and blessings!
Great shots…. snow and frost don’t have to look cold as you prove. 🙂
Other’s have mentioned this, David. Funny, I didn’t think of it that way until I read all these wonderful comments!
I love your last shot too, Lindy. Beautiful framing. Chilly, indeed!
Thanks, Patti. Something about ice, water, reflections that create lovely images!
Great photos. I like the tree, in particular.
Thanks, John. Oh, that beautiful Pin Oak in my neighbors yard. They had to remove it because it was decaying inside. Broke my heart – well hurt my heart is more accurate!
Unfortunate. Trees are Nature’s sentinels, IMO.
Love the golden icicles, Lindy. Strangely warming in the cold scene. ❤
Thanks,Olga. It is only warm because the photo was taken from inside the house!!!
Beautiful apparent abstract captures
Thank you, Abrie!
Ah, just beautiful, cold and warm winter shots! I understand why the last one is a favorite – wonderful. Warm wood stove fires sounds just….the right thing!
Thank you, Leya. That last one is a favorite of mine too – we seem to have very similar taste in what we like!