Frosty Grasses

Frosty Grasses

 

A bitterly cold morning with a heavy hoar frost was the signal for a small and hardy group of Stewartry Camera Club members to take a trip up to Clatteringshaws Loch, deep in the heart of the Galloway Hills. I took lots of photos here….far too many to show….but this one, against the low sunlight, caught my attention as being a little different from the rest.

 

 

7 thoughts on “Frosty Grasses

    • On a warm day in the summer, perhaps, it would be very pleasant to take a nap, but not at the moment, Scott……there is a strong and very cold easterly wind coming off the continent straight from Russia.
      Taking a nap is a pleasant after lunch occupation with the sun coming through the window….

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