Friday, November 7, 2008

More November Color...


The leaves on lower growing shrubs tend to stay on the plants a little longer because they're not exposed to the wind as much as a full grown tree.

13 comments:

The Birdlady said...

Very nice (also very cold!)

Eve said...

Looks like Sea Salt!!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

If these pictures you are posting are anything to go by, I think your book must be terrific John.

Denise said...

Oh my, this looks like an exquisite work of art. Great photo. I can see I have some catching up to do. Congratulations on getting your book done also.

Roy said...

Could be small diamonds John, great shot

Mary said...

It really is beautiful the way the frost circles each leaf part.

Nick S said...

Stunning couple of updates John.
How did your quest for Nuthatches go ?
I found a nice Shrike today.

Matthew Johnston said...

I love these shots. Excellent work John, and thanks for the comments!

-Matt-
www.matthewjohnston.blogspot.com

2sweetnsaxy said...

You're blowing my mind with these frosty delights. I want to stick my tongue on the edge and let the ice melt on my tongue. :-)

Mary said...

Got my book today....gorgeous! I love that pussywillow shot on the back....don't remember that one from your blog!

kjpweb said...

Precious jewel!
Wonderful!
Cheers, Klaus

T and S said...

John : You have perfected the art of photographing frost. This entire series has been awesome...Thomas

Arija said...

Lovely little frozen universe, does it snow inside when you shake it?
Love the sugar coated leaves below as well.