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clara

Thank you for the Coleridge-lovely. I too have just been round my frosty garden. All the winter pansies' flower heads are frozen solid but there are buds on the roses on more protected walls.
I look forward to your new blog. Happy new year!

natalie

Our garden looks like that this morning too.
The chickens are not impressed.
What kind of camera did you get? I'm just getting used to a new(ish) big Canon, - as opposed to my pocket-Canon, I mean.

Margaret Powling

Excellent pix. What is the new camera? Canon or Nikon or what?

Kristina

Just noticed your blog - the frost photos are very good (I love taking photos of it aswell) and I was stunned by the amount of books you read!

Whenever I'm in the UK I try to buy at least a few books, but sometimes it's hard to choose... From now on I'll be looking for some advice on your blog :) Someone who likes A.McCall Smith must have good taste!

Greetings from Lithuania.

Kristina

Rebecca

Oooh, lovely frosty pictures, our landscape has been frozen solid for over a week now and I do so love to walk on the crispy ground and admire all that Jack Frost has painted.

Clever Mr C, a new camera is an excellent gift, how are you getting on with it? I am somewhat technically phobic and it took me a long time to be persuaded to upgrade my camera, I am so glad I did though and I found a wonderful idiot's guide to my camera which is so much more helpful than the manual supplied.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

We're delighted you were up early snapping away. We were hoping for some frost here to get similar photos; but all we got was rain and fog and then back to cold and ice. Skipped the frost step entirely! Lovely images.

Judith

Beautiful photographs; there is something quite magical about early morning frost. Look forward to the new blog.

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