That's a first! Frost I mean and yes I am first too ::happy grin::. Bit early or is it normal this time of year? We were having odd temperatures lately (up to 20 degrees C in October). Other way round in yr part of the world...
that is a beautiful shot.
Hi Baking Soda,Well, this wasn't our first frost (click here), but today is definitely our coldest morning. It is TWELVE degrees F. Tad bit cold for this time of year, but not entirely unexpected. (We also get colder temperatures on clear nights down here in our little valley than they do 'up top.') : )Hi Wendy,Thanks!
What a beautiful picture. Oh my... I'm freezing allready and we havn't really had any real frost yet :-(
Freezing here too - only 52 this morning - brrrr! And the high is only going to be 82 today .... :( Winter in Phoenix is brutal!!Beautiful pic, FG :)
That is a beautiful shot! What is the leaf stuck to? Nerissa
Yikes!!!! Beautiful from INSIDE though!Hugs,BB
Twelve degrees! Brrr! I am getting so soft living in the south. I have nearly forgotten what that temperature feels like.They do say it's going to be a rough 'un. Keep warm!
Great photo, Susan. It's in the 70s here (at 10 am, no less), so I'll soak up some sun for you!
Nice photo. I initially was thinking that it was a painting. What is the leaf sitting in? It almost looks like a glass block.
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Good thing you're not having a tornado snap.xx
We were at 80 the other day, too, like Jeff, but tonight it's supposed to freeze. I live in a strange climate.Gorgeous photo, though--this is in my top 5, although I keep having to bump out other favorites!
EEEK!..thankgoodness im not one of the animals on the farm!...Id freeze my fleece off!
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