I love it when there’s just a little bit of frost around my neighborhood. In northern California we keep our leaves longer, which means that even three days ago, there were dry brown leaves on the ground, waiting for the wind to carry them away. But the cold frosty week we had got to them first, and each morning when I walked the dog, I would see them. It only took three mornings to remember to bring my camera and tripod! I love how frost defines the ribs of the leaves, the veins and outlines them, too. That on top of the monochromatic pattern of leaves was the ‘frosting’ on the proverbial cake! Another fine example of what you can find in your neighborhood…which we’ll be discussin in depth at our Extraordinary Everyday Photography workshop in Santa Rosa, June 21-23, 2013.
Thanks for visiting and your comments are always welcome.
You have such an eye! You find beauty in the most amazing places.
love all your captured natural art creations .
Thanks, Sharon – I thought I had responded to this but must not have, but I know you understand being busy!
It sure is, Mike! Thanks for visiting/commenting.
Isn’t it nice to find these little arrangements Nature leaves for us.