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This blog is about organic gardening, healthy eating and healthy living.
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~Rob~

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

A Frosty November Morning ...

A frozen leaf warming in the morning sun ...

Frost crystals glistening on the deck ...

What's left of the kale after the ducks have been feasting on it ...

Ice crystals on the cold frame plastic.

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19 comments:

  1. Awesome photos! I hear kale tastes best after a light frost. Or is that brussels sprouts? Either way looks like your ducks won't let that happen :)

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    1. Thank you! Kale grows better in the cold, brussels sprouts and carrots definitely taste sweeter after the first frost. I have to keep the ducks out of the winter garden or they would devour that as well!
      ~Rob

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  2. Your photos are amazing. We have a very heavy frost here this morning as well I bet my kale will be beautiful :) B

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    1. Thank you! We only had frost but some parts of our state had 12" of snow last night!
      ~Rob

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  3. Creative shots of a 'frosty morn' ~ tis the season ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  4. Beautiful frosty painting in the last image. xo

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    1. Thanks. It reminds me of Van Goh's Starry Night!
      ~Rob

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  5. Wow, we've had frosty mornings already this year, but I think we're a lot further south than you are! :) Stopping by from Farm Life At It's Best!

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  6. Frost makes everything beautiful. Even the mundane things. Gorgeous photos! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I love seeing everything sparkle in the morning!
    That last photo is really nice.
    Thanks for linking up with YSB this week!
    xo

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  8. I have not captured any pictures of frost.

    That is very interesting.

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  9. I like the description of the frozen leaf.

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