Monday morning.

My Queen Anne's lace has a few flowers left on it but the frost came overnight.

27 comments:

  1. I just found your blog...wonderful photography and inspiration!

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  2. It's pure ice. Freeeeezing! :))
    Beautiful.

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  3. Amazing how the simplest things can look so cool close up. Nice.

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  4. I love your processing. So beautiful.

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  5. This looks so beautiful and (even if it's a little early) Christmas-y! I love the details on the frost, brrr (in a good way! :)).

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  6. Fabulous bokeh! And lots of lovely texture for black & white image. The first thing that came into my head when I looked at it was Snow Queen! Don't quite know why but I always think instant associations like that mean something. In this case beauty!

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  7. This is just so beautiful, Justine! And what an amazing bokeh - you are a genius! I tried b&w again today but I'm not really satisfied. I had a quick look a your past posts and they are all so great! You really have a hand (or should I say "eye") for taking the most beautiful photos of the most ordinary things and they all look so good in black and white! Gorgeous!

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  8. What a lovely shot, and so nice to see, since ours have been long gone for awuile now :-(

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  9. I agree with Jude - they look so Christmassy! Beautiful!

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  10. Gorgeous shot Justine!!! The macro and bokeh effects are superb!!!

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  11. so simple...it's just beautiful

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  12. I came here this morning and just said "Oh Wow" out loud. This is so gorgeous.

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  13. This is such a soft and delicate photo, the water on the Queen Ann's Lace makes it appear even more fragile than usual;........ and NO you do not take the same old boring photos, ha ! Thats not how I recognise them, quite the opposite, it's because they are fresh and different and you some how are able to transform the very ordinary,ie. a shirt on a hanger, a pair of shoes, a tape measure into something so full of dynamic interest in terms of line, shape, form, texture,pattern,light and shade, that they become more than what they are, ........any way thats what I love about your photos.

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  14. Stunning!!!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog, I'm so glad you did because thus I came back to you, and oh what a treasure I've found here. I love it!

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  15. Amazing texture!!!! I agree with Rosie. You have amazing b&w's.

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  16. The detail you capture always blows me away.

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  17. Wonderful texture and bokeh. Love it!

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