Frosty Morning

Friday, March 4th 2011

"Ne'er cast a cloot till May be oot" or so the saying goes! This was certainly the case today as it was a cold and frosty morning. Up on the wetland there was a pleasant calm compared to the noisy activity down at the lake. The ponds were frozen over again.

Frosty wetnad

This Holly still has a few berries and maybe this photo could be a contender for one of this year's Christmas cards!

Frosty Holly

The frost added a sparkle to everything including the yellow Hazel catkins and the stripey Sitka Spruce needles.

Frosty Catkins

Frosty Spruce



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