Wednesday, November 21, 2007

It Was a Fine Frosty Morning

Although the rest of this post has nothing to do with the holiday, I'd like to wish all of my American friends a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving.



Well then, after beginning to post more frequently about two weeks ago, once again I have stumbled into sparse times. Because my tiny brain can only focus on a limited number of things at once, ye olde blog gets shunted to the side rail every so often. What with company coming and generally busy times looming just ahead, the dearth will most likely continue for the next week or so. Fortunately, I can usually find a few photos to mesmerize you with when I am too preoccupied to dabble into deep thoughts and breathless prose.

When were at the cottage two weekends past, we woke up to a very frosty morning. Because I am not exactly an early morning person, I guess I missed the best opportunities for photos, but here are a few.

Riverwood in November Series

Riverwood in November Series

You can just see a little frost on the far bank in this next and last shot.

Riverwood in November Series

I guess that's about it for a few days although I might try to post a few more before next week, except to note that it seems that the newer blog templates can facilitate the addition of slideshows. Unfortunately, even though I am in the new Blogger, my templates are of the old variety, so I am prevented from entertaining you myself in this fashion. Drat!

7 comments:

Ginger said...

Those are gorgeous photos, AC.

Gina said...

I really like the middle photo!

Ruth said...

Beautiful photos. we are waiting for our first winter storm tonight. I prefer the heavy frost to shoveling amounts of snow, but this is Canada.
Enjoy your company.

thailandchani said...

Beautiful photos, of course! :)

Pam said...

All beautiful photos, but the first two captured me completely, they are very artfully done. The black-and-white treatment of the second one shows off the delicacy of the frost.

Lorna said...

I too liked the middle photo, and blogging is supposed to take second place to real life.

coll said...

Frost certainly has a magical beauty.