Sunday, 28 December 2008

Frosty !


I don't think I've ever seen such lovely frost!

This is the road to our house.
Freezing fog everywhere.
It's a good day to sit next to a roaring fire!
I hope you are all enjoying your holidays.

16 comments:

  1. Wow - how spectacular! Great photos.

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  2. Gorgeous photos,ive never seen anything that beautiful in wintertime.Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Oh Doda! You got some beautiful shots! I love taking pictures of frost and freezing fog. It's just breathtaking to see sometimes. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Gosh... I don't know if I'll ever experience a winter like that. It must be magical...

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  5. wow...what awesome photos!! and i LOVE your little hoots!! they are cute, cute, cute!

    hope you have a great new year! :)

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  6. Thanks everyone.
    And Rod is really pleased that you like his photos.

    All your comments make my day!

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  7. Wonderful frost & fog! WoW!

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  8. such beautiful photographs, the last one is so wonderfullike a scene from a magical movie.

    wishing you a wonderful new year *ruthie*

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  9. Absolutely beautiful! I hope you kept warm indoors!

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  10. Wow! These are spectacular! It must be an experience to walk through nature during this time of year!

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  11. Amazing photos!!!!!

    :)Doreen

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  12. What beautiful photos! I wouldn't mind a frost like that here at my home.

    I've enjoyed visiting your blog!

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  13. That's some thistle frost - and the foggy road to your house is like a magic portal to another world.

    Thanks for your comment on my blog!

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  14. Hi Doda!
    Those photos are amazing-I have never seen frost like that! I have only seen freezing fog once too-so beautiful. I love the picture of Mrs Blackbird too.

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  15. wow now that's a hawfrost I haven't seen frost like that since I was 5 living in Lincolnshire!!!!

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  16. Lovely photos. In parts of the U.S. we call this type of frost hoarfrost. And specifically near where I live, they call it pogo nip, which is a local Native American word. Don't you just love the sound of it?

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