The other kind of white
Looking out over the neighborhood from upstairs this morning, I saw white, lots of it. No, not snow, but frost. All the roofs were covered, as were fences, lawns and cars. Magic!
The temperature was right around 32°F so I knew this wouldn’t last long. I grabbed my camera and tripod and took a quick series of photos. As I’m writing this, a couple of hours later, the frost is gone, the sun is out, and we’re having a picture postcard winter morning.
Special moments are so ephemeral.
|Pear tree leaves and dandelion in our lawn|
|Catmint (Nepeta x faassenii ‘Six Hills Giant’)|
|Jerusalem sage (Phlomis fruticosa)|
|Lavender (Lavandula sp.)|
|Miscanthus plume (Miscanthus sinensis ‘Rigoletto’)|
|Mexican bush sage (Salvia leucantha)|
|Canna Tropicanna (Canna x generalis 'Tropicanna')|
|Echeveria with ice in the center (Echeveria imbricata hybrid)|
|Ice on car window|
|Frost on fence top|
To see more photos of the gossamer beauty of frost, jump over to the site of fellow garden blogger Alan Lorence.