Frost

A couple of weeks ago I headed out on a very cold morning to photograph my favorite meadow at Longwood Gardens.  The water was frozen over, the air was so crisp it was a wonder birds could fly through the chill.

Frost © Britt Conley

But nature has a way of simply going on despite the weather and decided that was my fate as well… to explore all that was in this seemingly frozen tundra.

Frost © Britt Conley

And what I found along the way was that nature also has a way bringing every last moment of each weather effect into a beauty all its own, whether it be in the ever emerging ice patterns evolving into delectable designs…

Frost © Britt Conley

or the lovely crystalline frost affixed to each blade of grass.

Frost © Britt Conley

And as I began to zoom in I found the joy of each individual iced display.

Frost © Britt Conley

It’s times like this I wish I had an even closer lens : )

Frost © Britt Conley

At least I could get close enough enjoy the little worlds hiding within the vast frosted meadow.

Frost © Britt Conley

And there was an endless supply of frost to photograph!

Frost © Britt Conley

It was gently perched on grasses everywhere.

Frost © Britt Conley

And atop would be florets.

Frost © Britt Conley

It glistened from afar and begged for a closer look.

Frost © Britt Conley

And a closer look could always be found.

Frost © Britt Conley

And just when I thought there was no more ways to see it, there was yet more.

Frost © Britt Conley

It may be a long Winter ahead, but I quite sure I’ll be able to find some more frosty fun throughout.

Frost © Britt Conley

And one more great thing about nature is that you don’t need to drive to a meadow to find it.  Its already in your back yard : )

‘Til Tomorrow…

Britt : )

2 Replies to “Frost”

  1. Carolflowerhill

    Very delicate and beautiful photos! Each and everyone . . . you take us in from the beautiful landscapes with geese flying high to the tiny details of ice etchings. Wonderful! Happy Holidays!

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