Monday, January 16, 2012

Frost From Nowhere


There was a heavy frost last night. As I walked Amy down the road this morning the frost had painted patterns on the wall. The incorporated frozen fern shows that it is possible for nature to improve on nature. I only had my mobile phone with me, but it didn't do a bad job. And when I got home I couldn't resist adding a link to the car windscreen. Maybe I will turn it into a new header for the Blog.


15 comments:

  1. It's a perfect blog header, Alan.

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  2. They both are wonderful. The frost one is magical as it creates all the crystal like designs.

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  3. I'm hoping for a mild winter this year

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  4. Nicely captured, Alan. And, a great shot for a new header.

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  5. Hello Alan:
    A heavy frost does make everything look so very magical. Your fern image is so pretty and the icy script looks a perfect idea for a wintry header!!

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  6. Great header idea, Alan...I love your inspirations. It snowed here yesterday and I too was looking at frosty ferns, which I found oddly resembled starfish. Didn't get a photo though. Maybe today!

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  7. So cool! (literally) It looks like the surface of a chenille bedspread.

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  8. It does look pretty darn cool, but you guys can keep your snow.
    We're supposed to be up to 70 today here in Oklahoma, but I suspect we will pay dearly come summer.

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  9. Another vote here for the proposed new header.

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  10. And yet another vote for the (maybe?) new header. You could at least use it for the Winter months, The frosty fern is a magnificent shot!

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  11. This is the first time I've stopped by your blog. Thanks for stopping by mine. I'm sure I'll be back.

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  12. Nicely captured. It always looks so pretty; it’s a pity it has to be so cold before it can be created. I really don’t miss that.

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  13. Great photos! The wind shield shot would make an awesome header.
    But wait a minute! Cold? It's minus 28 here tonight and getting colder. No pretty pictures here. It's a very dry cold.

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  14. I so agree too, what a cool idea! Funny how one simple photo taken randomly can later become something so special!

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  15. Aww looks lovely and Christmassy. They're trying to tell is it was only 26 today...bollocks...way hotter now that we're all back at work *sob*

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