Monday, January 11, 2016

More Frosty Scenes

Can you handle more frosty scenes?
We have been blessed with the most beautiful hoar frosts this winter and I am thankful that I have been able to capture some of that beauty.

This post starts and ends with a scene from Lake Minniwasta,the remaining pictures need no descriptions.Enjoy!





Closing Thought:
Nature is but a name for an effect, whose cause is God.
    William Cowper

23 comments:

  1. I've never seen frost look so beautiful.

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  2. Gorgeous pictures of the frost... As George said, we've never seen frost look so good.. WOW!!!! We did see some beautiful hoar frost once when we were in Arkansas.. That was beautiful also...

    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. Beautiful, Ruth! You can always count on Betsy, George and me to 'like' your snowy and frosty pictures!

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  4. These are amazing! I have had pictures of hoar frosts in the past. They are a beautiful creation that takes our mind off the cold I think.

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  5. Oh Ruth..... absolutely Gorgeous!

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  6. These Frostys are much better for me than the one's from Wendy's!! Hahahaha And more beautiful! Great shots!

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  7. So glad you shared these wonderful frosty images, Ruth!

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  8. Oh my.....extraordinary beauty!!!

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  9. The scenes are so beautiful. Nature itself is beautiful, and when I am sitting in a warm house, the pictures of frosty trees and such are delightful. After our rain and wind, there are only patches of dirty snow on the ground, but I think we are going to get a new fresh white coat tonight or tomorrow. Look for the beauty....look for the beauty.... :)

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  10. I would love to see a frost like this with my own eyes one day. What an enchanted wonderland!

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  11. oooooh ruth, you really make magic with snow!!!!!!!

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  12. i do love that tree with all the frost. your photos are magic, or rather show god's magic beautifully.

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  13. I so love looking at your frosty scenes just glad I don't have to feel them lol

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  14. You've really been blessed with the hoar frost this season. These pictures are so beautiful, especially the close-ups of the frost on the pine branches.

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  15. Ruth, more very beautiful images! I can take as many as those as you can load! Always nice to see the images without having to deal with the cold.
    I understand it's been very cold there lately. It started raining here yesterday and continues today. In fact, all this next week or so if the forecasters are right!

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  16. We rarely get hoar frost. I think it looks so beautiful and delicate. Lovely photos!

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  17. I really like hoar frost and you've taken wonderful photos of it!

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  18. Such lovely shots. I do love what graceful creations a hoarfrost makes.

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  19. i am thankful for GOD, i think it so tough to see an outcome, a lot of the times we are waiting for answers & don't see them right in front of our faces. i said this to my mom recently ... i am waiting on a answer or tip of where to go in my life. i find it so difficult waiting. i am not getting any younger. i feel my age recently has been tough to come to terms with. i know i am not old to some, but figured when i was younger i would be at a different when i got to this age. learning is a just plain tough. thanks for giving me pics to tide me over a bit more. appreciate that. ( :

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  20. Such beautiful photos. It has been drab and brown here all winter so far--no chance to photograph a winter wonderland.

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  21. Brr.. ...Beautiful!!! Just stopping by to say hello and look at your beautiful photos. I haven't taken too many photos this winter but may get inspired after seeing these images. So glad to see you are still capturing such beauty with your camera and sharing it.
    Happy New Year by the way.
    Dianne:)

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Ruth