We begin with the remnants of last summers garden just outside the front door.
From there we did a short drive where I took photos of icy weeds and grasses.
Next, we drove to the former MacArthur Mill where I took most of my shots, or at least most of my shots that I more or less liked.
|The icy twigs in the foreground look a bit like dancers to me.|
We drove to the park where we like to ... er ... park ourselves on a fine summer day. On this day, I just squeezed a few shots before hurrying back to the vehicle.
This final shot was also taken near the park. Somebody owns a big, secluded house with a long drive. The drive that they actually use is out of the frame over to the left.
love the coated grasses! and the bokeh in the 2nd shot is beautiful! hoarfrost is gorgeous. :)
There's something very beautiful about the snow and ice on the trees, especially so when I am sitting in the warm in my cosy house when I look at the pictures.
Brrrr, looks so cold. I do love the frost or ice on the tree limbs and plants. But I've seen it so heavy as to break those limbs right off. Keep warm!
20 miles to the north got a couple of inches, but it never made it down this way...tomorrow is going to be COLD though!
These are excellent. I wonder if I will see any cold weather.
We had snow, but only for two days, so I am glad you are posting such beautiful photos!
Snow and ice are photogenic, for sure! It's good to get out for bit with your camera. Today might be a tad too chilly though.
Beautiful shots but it looks too cold!Hahaa
You have a bit more snow than we have gotten to date, John. Looks like you & Sue had a great walk in the white.
Since we never see snow, this is a treat for me. I love the shot of the two frozen branches with the frozen bokeh. The 2nd to last shot of the park with a white carpet is sensational. Well done.
I really like the starkness of these.
I see ice.. icy ice. I see icy ice. My brain is frozen.
Beautiful shots.. I'm glad you braved the cold to get them. We never got the freezing rain here and I probably would have wimped out anyway. ;)
love the frozen weeds and grass..
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As always, your photography skills are outstanding.
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