I took a walk to enjoy the crisp, fresh air and frosty scenery. These photos are just some of what I saw.
I wanted to pet this lawn, but I doubted it would have felt as velvety as the frost made it look.
Up close, my suspicions were confirmed.
Roses in December two years running. Is this normal for England?
These are snowberries, I believe.
If so, the name is quite appropriate.
This twig did its fair share of ice crystal catching.
The evergreen’s cones peek up from frosted branches while two birds soar high above.
These spent plants were adorned for the season with garlands of frozen spider webs.
A cobalt blue bird bath is a lovely backdrop for viewing tiny ice crystals.
Fallen autumn leaves covered in December frost highlight the progression of the seasons.
My walk began with a frosted, velvety lawn and now ends with one I found in a parish church’s neat and tidy garden.
Oh, frosty day, you turned my world into something new again.