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November 18, 2009


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Thanks for venturing out to capture these gorgeous photos! Love the frosted star...I hope we get one good snow this year~~gail


Your frosty pictures are very pretty. We still haven't had an actual frost yet, just one night with a freeze. Nothing very photogenic about it. I love your fence picture.

Sweet Bay

I especially like the third one. Gorgeous!


You see, now you can enjoy your pictures from inside the warm house on frosty morns. Blogs are great for inspiration and super good shots of the frost. It looks mighty cold!


I think you might have had a hoar frost(when dew freezes)! That is the most beautiful frost! Glad you ventured out to get the beautiful pictures!


OMG! How beautiful! The vintage fence is fantastic!


Well done Kathleen. I like that first photo as well. (I like all of them, the first is my favorite)


How beautiful your shots are. It was well worth it - for us anyway. ;-) Glad you ventured out.

Jackie (Ellie Mae's Cottage)

Gorgeous pics! I'll never look at frost in the same way again.


Nothing lovelier than flowers and leaves dusted with frost diamonds. Like you, I seldom get photos because my days off are precious and sleeping in is such a luxury.

Alice Golden

gorgeous pictures - glad you ventured out :) We are having crazy weather here - still in the 60's - even 70's last weekend! I haven't moved my pots inside yet because the flowers are still blooming!! Doesn't feel like Thanksgiving weather, that's for sure.

Sherry Wright

Amazing shots, I love your photography.. pure eye candy. :) Your Thanksgiving tree is gorgeous. Have a wonderful weekend!

jodi (bloomingwriter)

Gorgeous photos, and a good way of dealing with the oncoming cold, dreary weather. I love the look of frost on plants, windows, etc; just not the reason for its appearance.

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