Wednesday, 6 November 2013

Wordless Wednesday... first frosts... yay!



This post was published by Shirley for shirls gardenwatch in November 2013.

9 comments:

Susanne Jensen said...

I have just found your garden blog and have spent some time reading different posts. I find it very interesting!

Our photos said...

Beautiful photo!
See you, RW & SK

Sue Garrett said...

Oh dear frozen ponds! Still it may well bring some new birds into the garden - positive thinking?

Lisa at Greenbow said...

It is that time of year. Brrrrr It looks cold.

Orchids and Nature said...

We had our first frost on Monday morning 4th November here in Lancashire, just enough to put a thin skimming of ice on the pond.

gwirrel said...

Hi Shirely,

Lovely! No Frost here, at least not on the ground/garden. Although I did have to scrape my windscreen a few days ago. So it's won't be long before the ground is cold enough to freeze too.

SeagullSuzie said...

No frosts here either-It is usually early in the year that we get the odd frost. I'm looking forward to more frost images.

Angie said...

First frosts down here too. I brought out the winter feeders and am amazed at just how quickly the birds return!

Shirley said...

Hello everyone, thanks for all your comments :-)

We only had a couple of frosty mornings which is good for now as there are a few garden jobs I want to do before the cold properly sets in to the garden. I’m sure you are all the same :-)

Susanne, welcome… thanks for stopping by :-)

RW & SK, thank-you!

Sue, ah… hopefully not too frozen yet ;-) Yes, we’ve seen fieldfares this week – in my neighbour’s garden :-(

Lisa, it certainly is – 2x coats days ;-)

David, we possibly had frost then too but not too bad. Yes, a thin ice here too :-)

Liz,great for photos isn’t it – not so good for the cars though!

Suzie, hoping this is an odd frost or two here too – lots I want to do in garden yet :-)

Angie, I’d guess the same with you. Yep… the feeder activity changes now – fun to see new visitors too. Hope you get lots :-)