Photos by Tag: frost

January 3rd, 2011

Icy compost

We usually compost in a bin, but I also recognize that composting takes place in natural settings, such as the backyard garden. Rain and ice will work on these leaves and bark pieces in time for new growth in the spring.

December 27th, 2009

Frost tipped

Clear skies, frigid temperatures … and the “art” of a winter morning.

December 26th, 2009

Frosty petals

Once again this morning after Christmas, frost beautifully decorates outdoor surfaces including this rosebud in our garden.

November 21st, 2007

Frosty petal

Temperatures are dropping each night, as evidenced by the frost on this rose petal in our garden. On my exhaustive list of things to be thankful for is the fall sunshine we have experienced this week going into Thanksgiving.

December 20th, 2005

Frosty hollow

A layer of frost on the roof of this Fidalgo Island barn survived into the afternoon on Sunday. Warmer temperatures and rain over the past couple of days have eliminated the sparkle from evening and morning hours.

November 28th, 2005

Winter frost

There’s a winter smell in the air, and evidence of the cold season was abundant this morning. Curled leaves in the grass were powdered with a layer of frost that lingered in the shadows until midday.

November 4th, 2004

Morning frost

The water in our bird feeder wasn’t frozen, but there were frosty signs of season’s change throughout the yard and garden this morning. There might be time yet for just one more lawnmowing adventure…

December 29th, 2003

Morning textures

One of the first things I noticed on this late December morning was the thin veil of frost covering most of our back yard. Out I went to the rose garden, where I was drawn to one particular leaf because of the patterns traced in tiny ice crystals. I recall that winter is never really […]

November 6th, 2003

Frosty Fidalgo

There’s no room to complain about cold temperatures in November … the weather’s been awesome this fall … but recent days have prompted many Fidalgo Island residents to bring their garden hoses inside, tuck away the deck umbrella and throw an extra log on the fire. I took this photo of a frost-laden dandelion and […]

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