Friday, 24 January 2014

A Frosty Morn

Scenes from a frosty morning walk at the beginning of the week .
The outside air temperature registered on the car when I started out was '0' degrees celsius at 0915. 
It didn't exceed '5' degrees celsius during the day.


Lumix GH3. 35-100mm f2.8 lens. 35mm. 1/125 at f7.1. ISO320

Lumix GX1. 14mm f2.5 lens. 1/125 at f10. ISO160








Lumix GH3. 35-100mm f2.8 lens. 100mm. 1/500 at f2.8. ISO200

Lumix GX1. 14mm 2.5 lens. 1/250 at f11. ISO160






34 comments:

  1. Prachtig Roy zoals je deze morgen aan ons laat zien,heerlijk.

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  2. Gorgeous Roy. I do think frost is one of the most photogenic things there is!

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  3. Lumix is tops and your landscape a wonder to look at!
    I love these early frosty mornings when the light give out this cool ambiance.
    I am still waiting for the frost here but without this pouring rain flooding our countryside...
    Lovely-lovely pics, Roy

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  4. A touch of frost does enhance the Winter scenes. I do like the group of teasels and the sepia type shnots.

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  5. Lovely set Roy, and well done for braving the cold!
    A little dusting of frost always adds something special to the scene, the toned shot with the bridge is my favorite...[;o)

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    1. Thanks Trevor, yes I see Dabchicks and occasionally a Kingfisher along there.

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  6. Hey Roy...Very nice group of photo's!! The addition of frost is frosting one the cake ; )
    I really like the Thistle and the rose hip with the frost!!

    Grace

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  7. Beautiful photographs Roy, the Teasels look great covered in frost....

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  8. Hi Roy,

    This is a great series. Very nice, I like the first two shots the most, but all the others are also great. Frost, fog and sun are good ingredients for wonderful pictures.

    Have a nice weekend,
    Marianne

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  9. Lovely images of a frosty landscape, Roy. We still haven't had a heavy frost where we are this winter - incredible.

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    1. Thanks Wendy, its about the only serious one we have had.
      Not that I get up that early to know anymore.{:))

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  10. Splendid - I love frost and sunlight!

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  11. I think this is really beautiful to see.
    The photo of the kaarderbollen is magnificent, but the pictures with the water.
    Really nice!

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  12. I love this landscape ! It's very beautiful Roy, bravo.
    How beautiful nature
    Kiss :)

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  13. Stunning pics Roy, these images are just beautiful :-)

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  14. Lovely FROSTY pictures Roy, I prefer to see frosty fields rather than soggy ones. Three farms around here where I live are becoming Solar farms and at the moment work is being done in two fields to install solar panels, very muddy work at the moment.

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    1. Thanks Lyn.
      I think I know where you are talking about, I see them on another blog, Parley Court I think its called.

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    1. Thanks Laura, yes I was pleased with getting that one.

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  16. The thing that I love most about frosty days is that anyone can take a great photo. The frozen wonders of the world finally all become photogenic so that even the worst camera, the worst photographer and the quickest snapshot become art. I think structures, like plants and trees, but even fences and things that normally look ugly can look beautiful covered in frost.

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  17. Thats true Helena, it even goes some way to make my efforts look presentable.

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