|Sunrise Through the Fog|
|The Frost Coating Everything.|
|Looking SE as the Sun tries to Burn Through.|
|More East Than South.|
|With Track Again.|
|Beginning of Trail with Sun|
|Sun Over East Track Wetland.|
|Ice Crystals On Leaves.|
|Wait Until I'm Ready.|
|Little Scratch On This Side.|
|Little Leg Clean|
|Just Brush Up This Paw.|
A Post to SWF @ http://skyley.blogspot.com/
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you have the cutest little red squirrels! and i love how the frost mutes all the colors!ReplyDelete
Not only is frost beautiful, it's interesting to see your red squirrels. The red squirrels here have tufts on their ears.ReplyDelete
Lovely shots Gary. The frost combined with the light gives everything an almost pink hue. I am not a frost expert, but it looks like hoar frost because it's feathery and fern like. Whatever kind it is, it's beautiful, like a sugar coated world. The squirrel antics are delightful.ReplyDelete
Wonderful frosty shots and cute squirrel.ReplyDelete
Beautiful scenery and the Squirrel is quite pleased with itself. Brilliant photos.ReplyDelete
What a difference a month makes on the landscape. I really like the lighting of the fog/frost view. Boomer must be happy to have the cold moving in. happy weekend!ReplyDelete
Everything looks so pretty when covered in frost, those red leaves with their frosted edges, and the others, are they maple? The squirrel is a lovely little fellow, we have grey squirrels here, the remaining reds are mainly in Scotland now, their last bastion. We had swirling fog on the way home tonight, after heavy rain earlier, but it is supposed to warm up and be nice tomorrow.ReplyDelete
oh I love your frost photos. I'm not familiar with Rime frost, but I think Hoar frost is magical, and we get it here about once a year. I always want to run around snapping photos of everything covered in its lace. great shots Gary. happy SWF to you.ReplyDelete
O-oh, another cold Canadian winter on the way. Wrap up warmly. Great shots. What species of squirrel is that? Looks a bit different to the Grey Squirrel we have here as an invader from North America - seems to be more white around the eye on yours.ReplyDelete
Lol … absolutely love the little squirrel series … so cute! These are actions I see local squirrels doing every day but have not yet captured because of the rapid motions. :)ReplyDelete
Gary, thanks for explaining the squirrel situation! Don't think I ever saw this type of squirrel in Canada, but when we lived in Ottawa in the 1980s, we had black squirrels coming into our ground-floor apartment for food!ReplyDelete
The squirrel is cute and the frost is beautiful on the leaves, Gary. Tonight it will be -5° here - so Environment Canada says - so maybe I will capture some neat frost shots tomorrow morning.ReplyDelete
Beautiful frost shots. I won't see any cold weather until I head to Atlanta for Christmas. Love the squirrel. You seem to have captured his personality.ReplyDelete
I'm shivering, both with cold and delight!ReplyDelete
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Not by day, but through the night.
Should the stars begin to fall,
There would be no sky at all!
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Wow! Great series!ReplyDelete
Oh - I love those frosty pictures! Frost, sun, mist - they are all magical.ReplyDelete
Squirrels can be the cutest little things.ReplyDelete
Really enjoy the way frost adds a decorative touch to everything. Thanks for sharing your nature photos with Sky Watch Friday.
Wonderful images Gary and it's getting cooler over here as well... Frosty mornings in the UK never seem as beautiful as yours.ReplyDelete
It usually just means defrofting the windscreen of the car with frozen fingers and delaying my commute... I must change my mindset.
Wonderful collection, lov ethe cute squirrel. have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
What a gougeous landscapes and brillant photo's.ReplyDelete
Das sind Raphael und YvonneOctober 29, 2011 at 2:04 AM
Hi Boom and Gary,ReplyDelete
Wow, wonderful pictures. It seems to be really cold.
The squirrel photos are lovely, so cute!
Yvonne and Raphael
G., I love the frost on the oaks, like some kind of lace on red. Lovely. And the series of the images of the river is very nice, journalistic. We are about to get clobbered with snow tonight, yet, the frost hasn't hit yet! I"m hoping for some great snow on leaves pics, having skipped frost on leaves completely. Odd, very odd. Keep warm, give Boom a kiss.ReplyDelete
Lovely post Gary!ReplyDelete
I'm taken with the last sun shot - gorgeous!
The red leaves edged in frost makes for a beautiful fall image and of course the squirrel shots make me smile.
Have a great weekend!
Carletta@Round The Bend
Great post and photos, love the cute squirrel!ReplyDelete
All of your photos are beautiful and I love the squirrel. He wanted to look his best for your photos.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos! I enjoyed each one. Winter is just around the corner.ReplyDelete
Wow, your critter shots are so clear! :)ReplyDelete