Night Frost and Winter Sunrise:

A rare event here in the South West of the UK:

Hard frost in the night and a lovely sunrise,

transforming the meadow into

a world of light and delight:

Frosty meadow  in early morning sunrise

Frosty meadow in early morning sunrise 

Herewith short series of the meadow bathed in ever changing light of a rare and clear winter sunrise.

Lucky the meadow has not been grazed bare but a flock of sheep is about to tackle the growth

ready for another glorious display for bees and butterflies this coming summer.

Please select thumbnail and move carousel with arrows.

6 thoughts on “Night Frost and Winter Sunrise:

  1. Beautiful series of images, Paula. Might have asked this before – are these handheld? My out and out favourite is the one with the big tree trunk upper right and the thick branch coming left in silhouette across the backdrop – for me, the combination of this tree and that foreground makes it. The one with the big, multitrunked tree silhouette on the right also gets to me a lot. Good stuff! Adrian

    Liked by 1 person

    • Thank you, Adrian ..brilliant minds think alike..those are my own favourites too! Yes, handheld but with fast lenses…I am not fond anymore of the ‘perfection of tripod stuff….For me , it is the little imperfections that make things come alive and interesting. Thank you again.

      Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

nature has no boss

images as thoughts


...'on the move' to become creative and cheerful

dilip |

snaps, naps

Transient Eye

Documentary, Street and Travel Photography


Wanderings & observations

Art by Rob Goldstein

There is no common truth, but there are facts.

[misliterature] The Baxters Go East

The story of Ava-Jane and her family - updated to a travelblog for our trip to Budapest

€merald Wake ©

❤ The art marked by the Pain ❤

the runes of the gatekeeper's daughter

my tales, travels and photography

Artful Aspirations

Sharing my life through art


Views through a lens - a personal viewpoint

Poet Rummager

I sell collectibles and art online and often find the things I've found have hilarious and at times, dark stories to tell. It's thrilling for me to be creatively random, so always expect the unexpected in the things I share with you.


Notebooks from a trampfest. Travel tips, tales and images, online since 2006.

Richard Tommy Campion - Photographer

Ordinary, extraordinary & unusual images in my life.

Architectural Afterlife

Preserving History Through Imagery

sie7e sombras




Jeff Sinon Photography

Nature Through The Lens

FATman Photos

Looking at - and seeing - the world


Frank's Photography, a Lancastrian in Yorkshire.


la trace fluide du chemin parcouru

Simon Howlett Photography

Digital & Film Photography - Platinum/Palladium Printing

Joshi Daniel Photography

Images of People Photoblog

Wouter Brandsma 荷蘭

Visual thoughts by Wouter Brandsma

Photographer's log

Photography of the light and shadow warrior

Bart Bylois

Be my guest but treat this with respect

Modes of Flight Blog

Illustrated Adventure

In Flow with Otto

Creativity is within us all

draw and shoot

Shooting photographs, drawing lines...

Steve McCurry's Blog

Steve's body of work spans conflicts, vanishing cultures, ancient traditions and contemporary culture alike - yet always retains the human element.

In my viewfinder

Photography, Art, Italian photographer, Massimo S. Volonté Fotografo

Andy Beel FRPS

An expert in Black and White Photography

%d bloggers like this: