Frosty Blues

Here is one more in the mini-frost series. I like the contrasting patterns which the frost has made on different materials: glass, plastic and metal.

The weather has returned to grey and dull again but without the mild temps. Some places in England may get more snow today but I don’t think my area will.

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51 thoughts on “Frosty Blues

    • Thank you Eremophila. We have only had a very little frost so far this Winter but what we have had has been so lovely and different to what I’ve seen before. I wonder if the dryness makes a difference.

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    • Thank you Fergie. What a wonderful description and one that’s not heard of much these days: bolts of material. Very few shops sell them nowadays; fabric and wool shops (craft shops generally) are diminishing every year. I would like to find material with this design and colour!

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  1. You have exploited the cold weather to the full and this shot is another wonderful addition to your frost series — not to be confused with the TV detective. πŸ˜‰

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    • Many thanks Calvin. I was pleased I saw and photographed these frost images Saturday morning; they were an unexpected surprise!

      I never did see any of the Frost series; I think I just couldn’t get used to David Jason playing a detective after his successful Delboy and Pop Larkin πŸ™‚

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  2. Beautiful shots – nothing quite like a bit of blue and frost… whereabouts are you in the UK ? I am in Cambridgeshire and we had 6″ of snow sat/sun .. gone off the roads now but hanging on in the fields..

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    • Thank you Hellen. The blue and white work well together don’t they?! How wonderful to have had some snow. I know it can be a pain when it hangs around and turns icy or slushy but it’s wonderful to have a little! I’m in the West Country where it has been slightly milder, duller and more rainy. Actually, it has been a very dull grey January and start of Feb so far.

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  3. Beautiful picture, looks like clusters of diamonds!

    Incidentally, the post email of your’s that I received immediately prior to this one failed to find a web page – something wrong there somewhere. Adrian

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  4. I’m really enjoying your mini-frost series. I totally missed out, having left the UK before the cold weather set in. Some may think that’s a good thing πŸ˜‰

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