The everyday of our family farm
More than we have had here for a while. Yours is v pretty.
Looks like more than a hint of frost. We had a bit of a frost here this morning. So rare. Nothing like hearing the snapping of frozen grass underfoot in the morning.
Waiting patiently for that to happen here. You've got this one's attention, for sure!
You will have a little while yet to wait I feel.
After a really hot week, I was telling Randy how much I am looking forward to fall. He told me that the crops were liking the heat units. OK. I am not. So I appreciated seeing your frost.
Yes, I can understand that with the heat that you are all experiencing a frost does look quite inviting!
I think the calf is trying to tell you something about frosty feet.... Cute shot.
Poor little guy.
Its even on his back! Brrrrrr! No frost at all so far for us.I had a wonderful day at the Brissie Ekka yesterday. Have you entered any photography there? I saw a shot of barbed wire, spider's web and dew drops and immediately wondered.
I hope you had a wonderful day yesterday. No I haven't. I do enter some each year in our little country show. You are kind to think that my photos are worthy of the EKKA. Thank you.
Each and everyone could be entered. This page is just a delight to visit every morning.
Thank you Helen, your words of encouragement mean a great deal to me.
Oh wow.We are still dealing with heat and humidity.
Been a while since I seen even a hint of frost!Very nice image.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne