I got a few photos before the breeze blew all the frost off the branches and the grasses.
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Fog in the morning and then clouds in the afternoon. It was grey, but picturesque all the same.
It must have been another misty Manitoba
morning evening last night, because there was even more frost (edit: probably rime ice) on the branches and everywhere else. So when I went to pick up the week’s groceries, I grabbed my camera, too.
It was a misty Manitoba morning¹, but then the clouds cleared about 11 AM and the sun came out. I grabbed my camera and headed out at noon to see what I could see.
Which of these three do you prefer? I can’t choose.
¹ I honestly thought that was the name of the song, but I was wrong.
Stepping out to check the mail, I noticed the frost on the porch windowpanes, so I grabbed my camera.
I think I like it better in colour, but it’s hard to decide.
Full size images: Color | Black & white
Nerdy details: 50mm, 1/4000s, f/1.8, ISO 100.
Kathleen called at about 3 pm and said, “You should go outside and take some photos of the hoarfrost, since it looks cool right now”.
She was right.
My darling wife called me on her way to work this morning to say I should go out and take pictures of my car before the sun came out. I didn’t get the message till 3½ hours later, but fortunately the sky had been cloudy all morning and the nifty frost patterns she’d noticed were still there.
Well. That took a bit of a turn. Last week I went for a November bike ride. Today…
There was a bit of fog this morning.
And of course, fog + cold = hoarfrost. Not much, but a little bit.