Here are a few “barnyard” pictures I took while doing chores on Saturday morning. I hope you have a wonderful day!
Linking up with Wordless Wednesday at: Project Alicia and Live and Love Out Loud
A Rural Thursday Blog Hop #2 at A Rural Journal
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I love your frosty photos. Our winter has been so mild that there haven’t been many opportunities for these kind of images … not that I’m really complaining! Have a good Wednesday, Robyn!
We havn’t had a lot of frosty mornings either. Most of the frosty mornings have been on Saturday!
What beautiful frosty pictures! Made me shiver! 🙂
Those are some great frost pictures! We have had frost the past couple of mornings, but it’s been too dark for any of my pictures to turn out!
Thanks Emily. I am lucky most of our frosty mornings have been on Saturday. Sometimes, I have to take my picts kind of fast, so I don’t miss out on what the Rancher needs me to do.
They look really curious and amazing! Hope you had a good day, too. 🙂
Wow, that is some crazy frost! What great pictures!
I’m so glad you linked up with Rural Thursday 🙂
Thanks Lisa. The frost was really built up on things; it was pretty!
Maybe a temperature inversion? I photographed some frost like this much earlier in the season where the fog was thick and the frost thicker. It creates some real beauty, though, doesn’t it?
Yes, frost does create some beautiful photo opportunities.
I peeked at your blog. You are a talented photographer and I look forward to seeing more of your pictures.
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Hoar frost is one of my fav photo ops…nicely captured!
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I visited your blog too. Looks like you have a lot of exciting stuff going on. Love your WW picture of Cold this week.
Looks like your received your share of hoar frost too! Isn’t it beautiful?
Lovely shots, Robyn. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Rural Thursdays.
so gorgeous but this simply CANNOT be all the snow you have right now, can it?! i had a good friend when we lived in missouri that was from sd and she’d tell me stories of the snow, compared to our little bits of snow that she’d scoff at!
We are having an extremely mild winter; unheard of warm temps and very little snow. Enjoying the uneventful and easy winter!
We have had years when it started snowing in early October and the last snow melted in June. I like driving to town on good roads vs. snow and ice.
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