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A COLD AND FROSTY MORN

 'Twas a cold and frosty morning, so I grabbed the camera for an early morning photo session before the sun melted all away.   1. Dahlia Karma Naomi rimed with frost I love how the frost highlights the edge of each petal so delicately, making it so beautiful but also destroying it in the process. 2. The Long Border Now blackened by the frost, it is time the dahlias were lifted and stored in boxes of dry compost until the Spring.  I reuse the compost the tomatoes were grown in for this. 3. Oak leaves The frost made these leaves, which escaped last weekend's tidy up, into things of beauty - to my eye anyway. 4.  Rosa Frensham On these red roses, the frost has dusted the backs of the blooms.  They look as if they would taste of sugar.   5. Frosted lawn I didn't walk across the frosted lawn, although I can't believe it would really turn the grass black.  Grass just doesn't seem that fragile.  I was quite taken with the shadows that the fence threw on the ground. 6. Maho

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