Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Frosty World

Lots of photos of a frosty world...




























I think that’s it from me until after Christmas merriments. I hope you all have a wonderful time and manage to get in some relaxation and peace.



13 comments:

Esther Montgomery said...

Lovely, isn't it? Especially when the frost gathers round the edge of leaves rather than all over - or when it is like a diamond brooch, as in the last picture.

I banged my head, earlier today, on a frozen oven glove hanging on the washing line. It was frozen so solid it hurt!

Esther

P.S. Happy Christmas!

Carol said...

Lovely pearls of poetic imagery Liz. Merry Christmas to you and Many Blessings for the New Year.

PatioPatch said...

A wonderful collection of festive frosties from your excellent lens. Always a joy to visit your blog
Happy Christmas

Laura

gardenwalkgardentalk.com said...

I love the stillness of frosted foliage. There is so much beauty in the details and the quiet simplicity.

easygardener said...

Have a lovely Christmas. At least this year we know it is winter time. I like my seasons in the right place.

Alice Joyce said...

Happy Holidays, Liz,
and thank you for the beautiful icy images.
Very drippy here;~D
xo
Alice

shirl said...

Hello again Liz, on a quick round of Christmas wishes this morning and just wanted to wish you both Merry Christmas my best wishes for 2011. Hope you don’t have too much studying over the holidays :-)

This weather has been giving you fantastic photo opportunities and I can see you’ve been making the most it. Another wonderful set of images today :-D

Bub said...

Wishing you both a very Happy Christmas from sunny, but icy, Essex!

Barbara said...

A very Merry Christmas to you!

Camilla~ Bloom said...

All such sugar coated goodness...lovely frosty images.
Happy New year to you and yours!

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Hi Liz! I hope you had a good Christmas! I am sure it was white! We are having green and wet December, but our Christmas was very happy. Four of us love to stay home for the Holidays, and we enjoyed our time together. Your pictures are gorgeous. I still hope to have some snow this winter.

Rose said...

Lovely images, Liz! I hope that you are staying warm and that you had a wonderful Christmas.

Curbstone Valley Farm said...

Brrr Liz! Beautiful, but cold! Hope you're having a peaceful and relaxing holiday. Happy New Year!