The photographs in this post were all taken in one morning. I went out early, hoping for late season butterflies in a big field near the Sudbury River. It was cold, and there was a frost down low at ankle height and dew at knee height.
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I worked from low to high, from frost to dew, finishing with the dew closeup. I wish now I’d remembered to bring a wide angle lens to capture the fall scene and the mist rising from the field. Thanks to all my readers for their comments and support – this is my 300th post. So many!
I really, really, like this series!
Thanks – it’s rare for me to find many beautiful subjects at once. And it was my birthday – as if nature was giving me a (big!) present…
I love those kinds of days!! Until the battery expires in both cameras!! lol
Hope that’s not your reaction to the photographs!
🙂 I hate the COLD 🙂
I’ve learned to love the cold (perverse, I know) – and it’s coming!
🙂 I love looking at it just not removing it from the roof and driveway anymore 🙂
Great photos. I’ve not see been in a winter like this. Very cold, lovely shots.
Thanks, though it’s not winter yet – just a bit of frost on a fall morning.
Please keep giving us this beauty until you go over and over 1000 posts ! Happy Birthday, delayed style … !
And please keep visiting and commenting – I love your visits. Thanks, Vera!
Congratulations on the milestone, Tom. That’s a lot of quality shared. This was a very productive day. Too bad…no frosted frits.
>>Too bad…no frosted frits.
Frosted Bronze Coppers – that’s the butterfly I hoped for. Thanks for stopping in, Steve!
nature’s art work at it’s best 🙂
It was a wonderful morning – thanks Joshi.
very beautiful photos
Thanks for the kind words!
300th post and birthday AND a really wonderful series of photos – could it get better? 😉
very nice collection with the last one being my favourite.
Thanks, Sandra – that’s my favorite of this group as well.
Lovely, so lovely, your images are always wonderful ! Next time, don’t forget that wide angle lens 🙂
300 posts, that’s a lot of posts and I hope to see another 300 and more 🙂