This week has been absolutely gorgeous.
It is November, and we have had temperatures of 17 and 18 degrees celcius. The sun has been shining, the breeze has been calm, and the fall leaves are hanging on.
Last year at this time, winter was in full force. Our yard never got cleaned up before the snow because the snow came so early. This is what fall is supposed to be like.
What a difference a year can make.
Frost in the morning, a leaf perfectly placed.
Natural light, natural reflections of light: My neglected garden under a November sun.
It was a frosty morning.
Rain fell most of yesterday, and overnight it froze.
When I sat down to eat my breakfast this morning, I noticed these frost patterns on the patio table. I ate as quickly as I could, grabbed my camera, and stepped out to capture some frosty photos before the sun rose over the tree line and melted away the night.
I photographed until my fingers froze, then came in and thawed by the fire.