Lovely, I do hope that all your plants are snug in the greenhouse.
They seemed OK – I give them the barest minimum of heat to try and keep them just above freezing. Often the coldest part of the night is just before dawn and also interestingly these patterns were on the inside of the glass
Great pictures. But I have to ask, what kind of plant is shown? Is the picture taken through glass or a greenhouse?
It is a pattern made by ice on the inside of the greenhouse, from where the photos were taken
Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. It is cold there. I hope you have a good hot cup of tea, a blanket and a good garden book to read.
Quite lovely! It looks as if we are escaping our threatened freeze here. 😉 There is a lot of beauty in it though, isn’t there…!
And it must just be certain weather conditions that bring patterns like this – such an amazing phenomenon
Frost is a photographer’s dream if you can bear leaving the warmth.
Have to have at least a daily ramble in the garden, Brian, even if that is all it is – which is the case on several days recently!
I have to go out to at least feed the birds and see if the Badger has done anymore damage.
No badgers in our garden thankfully and the Golfer is responsible for filling the bird feeders!
l that ethereal beauty!
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