Another quiet transformation. I could have stayed outside all day, today.


31 thoughts on “frost

  1. Hello Kate,
    I recently found your blog via revelry, and have really enjoyed some quiet moments reading your posts. I’m so impressed with your designs, but I think they are still beyond me.. I’m just about to work on my first bit of fair isle on a cardigan for me. But your knitting is just wonderful!
    We’re in NZ now, but from the UK to start with, and I have to say I really miss a good sense of humor, I found myself chuckling in appreciation of your words a few times! Thanks for the cheer!
    Helena

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  2. Thanks for the lovely pictures! It was 38 degrees where I live today. Pictures of frost are quite soothing. My poor plants are all suffering a bit from the weather, although I admit I haven’t been looking much as I’ve been hiding inside, away from the sun :-)

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  3. Kate, would you please share with us what camera you are using? I need to buy a new one, and I love to take photos in my yard and garden, so I’d love to know what you are using to get such great images.

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  4. How lovely Kate. My garden is looking very weary from yesterdays 32 degree heat and unfortunately it’s going to be 35 today! I would love a frosty day.

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  5. Fantastic frosty photos. I’m still hoping for some proper frost way down south (Isle of Wight.) Just love how magical it looks when it covers everything! Thank you for sharing.

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  6. I recently found your blog, and I love it. Your photographs of the outdoors are beautiful, and your knitting and designs are too. Very inspiring, thank you!

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  7. Beautiful images! I spent half the day out walking today as well. The little one seemed to enjoy crunching through the frosty grass (when she wasn’t shouting “baa” at the local Herdwicks that is!). I wish I’d taken my camera too.

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  8. Yes, the frost covered fields were really beautiful on my way into work this morning. I’m very glad of my o w l s sweater when the weather’s like this – it’s like a great big hug from the wool fairy (to paraphrase Greg Wallace).

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  9. Great photography — the first is definitely my favourite . . . wonderful shallow DoF! Today, in my part of Canada, winter moved it with great force. It’s -21 degrees Celcius — with windchill, it feels like -32 degrees! Up until now we had a relatively mild winter. Looks like you had a wonderful day with your camera :D

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  10. Beautiful photos. Living in the central part of Texas, USA, I rarely see frost anymore. Someday, I’ll live where winter is really winter!

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