Sunday, October 17, 2010

Frost in the Hollows

It was a beautiful, though cold, morning in Leeds today and we went for a walk in Golden Acre Park.

Here's a monkey-puzzle tree (so strange and a favourite of mine!) against the blue sky:


I always like shadows on the path:

The lake shimmered in the sunshine:

and in the hollows, the first frost of the winter:

Autumn's always very beautiful - - - but I never like the thought of the winter to come. Last winter we had plenty of sparkling whiteness which was at least lovely to look at and interesting. It's the endless gloomy greyness that I don't like. Roll on Spring.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Milo said...

Liking the photos!

The frost hasn't hit here yet but I think on Wednesday the day's high will be 7c which is a big drop from what it's been recently.

3:52 pm  
Blogger Jennyta said...

We were over in Bradford today to see Paul and the weather was lovely.

7:53 pm  
Blogger Yorkshire Pudding said...

Frost in Leeds! Here in Mediterranean Sheffield we haven't seen one molecule of frost yet - assuming of course that frost is measured in molecules.

12:30 am  

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