Lovely indeed! Just returned from a brisk walk outside in the cold air and sunshine. Summer is over rated! Ha :)
haha...I've been telling all of you that summer is over rated for years! :)
If there is one wonderful thing about being up early and out to the bus stop on January mornings, it's the photo opportunities.Love frosty photos!
Yes, and that would be the only one! ha. Well, and sunrises....I don't see them from my house...too bad!
Happy New Year to you and the gang there, Betsy I hope this year is easier for you and full of love and happiness. Your pics are, as always, gorgeous. We are getting beautiful views of all the snow on the So Cal mts. from our home here. Winter does have a real beauty about it. Taria
You see snow capped mountains from your house? Oh, that's not fair! Trade you a corn field! haha....
we looked at houses for over a year to find a view we could afford and then spent 2 years re-habbing it. We are exhausted. I am married to a Kansas fellow. He never wants to see another corn field. I would probably be ok with one. lol Taria
Kansas...well, yes, I can see his point. I've only been to California once and I couldn't stop talking about the mountains!
These make me sh-sh-sh-sh-sh-iver! Very chilly here too. Love the frosty icing on these. Saw they had a huge snowstorm in southern California of all places. Hope Wanda and family are fine.
I went out in my jammies and slippers very quickly to snap these....so pretty and I knew when the sun hit the frost, it would be gone! Brrr. Another cup of morning coffee tasted really good after that! ha. I've been a hermit...haven't heard about the snow in California! That must be what Taria was talking about here!
Wow - you were brave in your jammies! I went out for a 40-minute walk tonight. I was dressed for it -9C instead of -20C the other night. But it was still nippy and I had very rosy cheeks when I returned!
Once again, excellent photos! I can "feel" the chill in the air just from looking at them!! Not so sure I would tolerate any kind of brisk walk for a picture though. Oh, wait... maybe that's why I don't have any!! LOL... great job there, young lady!
I didn't take a brisk walk...just stepped onto my back porch...jammies and slippers. haha. 30 seconds and I was back inside! We're in single digits with the wind chill...13 without the wind. Chilly! You do need to get out with your camera, though...I want to see what's going on down there! :)
It's cold here too - brrrr! Your photos are gorgeous, as usual!
I wouldn't be surprised to hear you are colder! Any snow? Send me some! :)
They are all so wonderful. You and your camera are really cranking out great shots.
Well, thanks, Larry! :)
Lovely!Enjoy your evening...Cheers!Linda :o)
Wonderful piccies as usual. I don't know how you do it !
She presses the button . . .silly . . . rofl . . . hi mate! . . . :)
Oh come on Eddie, it takes great skill and patience to take a good photo, and this lady has both. Any fool can just point a camera and press the "go" button. Take me for instance . . . . . er, no don't bother, I never get a picture right!
I know . . . . and we both know Pink Cloud has great skills with a camera . . . . I was just being a little cheeky for a change . . . :)
As long as you don't have to go out in the coldFor the photos to take holdThen they look fineWe'll all stay inside and curl up like a feline
I did step outside,but only for a minutethen came in, poured my coffee and stuck my toes right in it!haha....joking...just joking. lol....
lol better off with the sinkAs then your coffee you can drink
Photos captured the beauty of the frost so well.Very nice to look at . . . but horrible to be in . . . . grrr!The cold weather goes for my chest every year ~ I feel I should be in the south of France . . . :)
I'd rather have snow than frost, but it will do for now. :)
Lovely, lovely. My friend from Tucson put a picture of their home and mountains.....covered with a big blanket of snow. Such a lovely sight if you don't have to be out in it, or dig out of it. But then I don't speak from experience. HaHa
That is true...if you have power and plenty of groceries, being snowed in is a wonderful thing!
We've had snow flurries every day for the last past week or more. I keep hoping it'll stop long enough to maybe melt a little bit. Frost can be very pretty!Happy New Year!
Send me your snow! I love a fresh little coat every day...it keeps it all looking pristine!
Hi Betsy - our temps have warmed up .. .but the frosty days do make for some amazing images - love seeing them .. have a wonderful New Year and year ahead ... cheers Hilary (Hardwick will appear!!)
Can't wait to see old Mr Hardwick!
Exactly...love that description. It is magical, after all!
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!