Thursday, 13 December 2012

A Frosty Walk

Scenes from my latest and frosty walk in the Parkland.
Hope you don't feel too cold looking at these images. The temperature started out warm at -1 celsius (30 f) and reduced further during the four hours that I was out walking.


















Can you spot the Goldfinch



18 comments:

  1. Lovely images Roy! My favourite is the Guelder Rose berries, very nice! (yes, I did see the Goldfinch ;) )
    J
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  2. A gorgeous selection of frosty scenes Roy, I love this kind of weather in winter :)

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  3. There is magic in your photos, Roy, which I really saviour in the warmth of a heated room... :)

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    1. Thanks Petra, that is probably the best place to be at the moment.{:))

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  4. Brrrrrrr.....looks cold there Roy, but your pictures make it pretty!!

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  5. The goldfinch hides so well but I saw him never the less. Loved all the photos but if I had to choose my favourite it would be the first one.

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  6. Hey Roy...I am a wee bit behind.. Christmas stuff and putting up a post, trying to get in walk and poof the day is gone!!
    These are just gorgeous...I love the frost you all get over there...we have frosty morning but not like that!!
    Love the Teasel covered in frost and one with the wee bird in there!! The berries are my favorite and the path with the trees in heavy frost on each side!!
    Grace

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    1. Thanks GG, days do fly by don't they.

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  7. Lovely, seasonal scenes Roy. The sixth one down in particular would make a very nice Christmas card!

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    1. Thanks Jan, yes I was standing on an old railway bridge at the time.

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  8. I agree with Jan about #6 and I also like the one with the footpath next to the river. Great frosty scenes Roy.

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