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October 30, 2011


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ooh- that is very pretty frost. like a sprinkling of sugar!


That'd be me digging out from 2 ft of snow. It would be ok with me if I had finished the wood stacking, but a big pile is now buried under snow.

Stunning reds and frosty borders.


i absolutely love the last photo, and the one with the berries is spectacular as well!


These are stunning. They took my breath away and I could feel the snap of cold I imagine you felt when taking these.


the frost is just beautiful on those bright leaves - autumn passing the fiery torch to winter, it seems. hope you're having a lovely weekend too, Margie.


Lovely indeed!


love your red frosted leaves...


Oh, the first kiss from Father Frost. Lovely! (I'll just enjoy the days/weeks we have left untill he finds his way over here as well)


great photos!!
I just find your blog and being a follower.
Thank you so much for sharing.
cheers from ─░stanbul!


So BEAUTIFUL, Margie! I really love the bright reds..with thier coat of frost! Looking a bit Christmassy!! I think I can utter THAT word since today is Halloween! Have a happy one:)


Great photos!AriadnefromGreece!


Beautiful, Margie. Yesterday evening I noticed the orange-ness of the setting sun. It was actually reflected on the road ahead of me.

Lota Helleberg

wonderful photos. thank you.

Tallulah Maggs

Such beautiful colours and amazing photos, so crisp.


Very beautiful. The frost does look like sugar like Melissa said. The beauty of the frost almost compensates for the sadness of saying goodbye to the garden for another year. So much has changed in mine in the past three days. (Is that highbush cranberry? Such a beautiful shrub.)

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