Thursday, 18 October 2007

A Silent Visitor






11 comments:

Vanillalotus said...

You got frost!!! Did any of your flowers die from the silent frost?

A wildlife gardener said...

Thankfully, no damage done. This was a mild frost last night. Thank you for visiting and intoducing yourself, Vanillalotus. Please come again :)

shirl said...

Hi again, Wildlife Gardener :-)

We had frost too but I'm guessing you were either out very early with your camera or you had it colder than we did! Great photos. I love to see the frost on foliage plants :-D

A wildlife gardener said...

Good morning to you, Shirl, on a rather pleasant one to work in, instead of frost.

Thankfully, I will be able to get out to do some more pruning and cutting back. This is the busiest time of year at Barleycorn.

Our frost didn't go away till just before noon, so I had to wait a bit before I could start working, hence the camera :)

smilnsigh said...

Ohhh, a wee bit of frost!

It makes for lovely photo-ops though, doesn't it?

Mari-Nanci
Photos-City-Mine is one of my 4 blogs.

Muum said...

wonderful pics, I'll have to come by another time for another look-see.

A wildlife gardener said...

Good afternoon, smilnsigh, and a warm welcome to you. Thanks for visiting. glad you liked the frosty pics :)

Thank you for introducing yourself, Muum. Welcome to our little corner of paradise. Come again, anytime :)

Kari & Kijsa said...

No frost here yet, but your photos are beautiful!

blessings,
kari & kijsa

A wildlife gardener said...

Welcome to you both, Kari & Kijsa, and thank you for introducing yourselves to our little corner of paradise. Thank you for the lovely comments :)

Ruth Welter said...

Beautiful frost photos WG...no serious frost by us yet. You have inspired me though, when we do have frost, to go out and snap some photos.

A wildlife gardener said...

How lovely to have you visit me, dear Ruth. Frost makes for a photo opportunity, I agree :)