12/01/2008

Winter Wonderland




Ted and I thought we had stepped into the storybook landscape of" Little Grey Rabbit" this morning as we took our morning walk.


We had sunshine, blue skies, and sparkling frost which had transformed our ordinary field into a winter wonderland. Fortunately I had remembered to take the camera with me.

18 comments:

  1. I love the sound of crunching ice underfoot!

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  2. Beautiful isn't it!
    I bet Ted wished he had some little socks this morning?

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  3. So beautiful! I'm just dreaming of a white christmas!

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  4. Love these. I had to scrape the windscreens this morning for the first time.

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  5. Oh, I love that glorious frost! It is beautiful on that long grass.

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  6. Isn't everywhere looking wonderful at the moment with the crisp white frost? It makes everywhere look special. Hope you and Ted weren't too cold after your walk:)

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  7. It is so beautiful with the frost  as long as you are wrapped up and warm. Lovely images,everything looks so pretty. 

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  8. Beautiful pictures Valerie!Don't the dogs just love the frosty morning walks!

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  9. Lovely frosty morning.
    Is that your Jack Russell?

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  10. The little Jack Russell is our family pet, we have had him for eight years now and he is my constant companion, resident comedian, guard dog and personal trainer, I wish I had his boundless energy.

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  11. How beautiful, like the fairies had dusted the earth with tiny diamonds to reflect the morning sun.
    As for Ted I think he has found where one may have rested gently on a blade of grass.
    Susan

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  12. Beautiful photos... and your Christmas illustration is just perfect... LOVE IT!

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  13. Dreamy..I love the first photo..could make a beautiful painting!
    Ted looks like he is having so much fun..

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  14. I love Little Grey Rabbit, wonderful books.
    The landscape is so beautiful when touched by frost.

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  15. I am going to have to ask for a Dictionary of Superlatives for Christmas - or invent a few of my own. I'm fast running out. None that I can think of just now get anywhere near.

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  16. The frost you have there is just incredible. Although it's extremely cold here in Alberta (and we just had snow yesterday), I think it's too dry here for a good frost. Thanks for sharing your pictures!

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  17. It is so beautiful!
    I'm so glad you had your camera handy & were able to share~
    Wishing you the best!
    Michelle

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  18. Hello.
    It is wonderful scenery and design.

    Thank you for visiting my blog.
    ruma

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