On the morning of Dec. 31st, there was quite a bit of hoarfrost. I grabbed my camera and went north of the river to take some photos.
(All of the photos—except the header image—are colour photos. That’s just how much black, grey, and white there was that morning.)
First I went to the Riverbank Discovery Centre, where the hoarfrost combined with a fog coming off the river to make a surreal wonderland.
Agricultural Research Station
Then I headed west a couple kilometres, to the driveway of the agricultural research station, where I knew I’d find some lovely rows of evergreens. I didn’t realize I’d also find a snow fence with a cool frost grid. Serendipity!
Near and Far photos: first is a shot through the frost-gridded fence, and the second is the gatepost at the research station.
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I hope you enjoyed my photos. As always, if you’re interested in a print, let me know and we’ll see what we can work out.