Autumnal changes are underway, chilly days, darker nights, and each breath of vapour turning into a misty cloud.
This weekend over on our other site Weekly Prompts we’ve been noticing some of the changes. The nighttime frost with its early morning carpet of white has begun to envelop the ground.
Showing us his own delightful picture GC has chosen Jack Frost for the weekend Photo Challenge, he asks us to share our photographs of how Jack Frost has transformed the areas where we live.
In the North of England, the nighttime frost hits us a little sooner than those living further South, my own photographs shown below were taken earlier in October. It would appear, however, that I didn’t open up the curtains and blinds quick enough, and missed out on some of the earlier frosty covering.
The garage/stable rooftop shows the frost still present where the morning sun hasn’t yet melted the ice.
It was still fairly early, and zooming in I could see the lights at the end of the airport runway were still lit, but in the fields below my balcony, much of the frost had already melted.
In mid-October youngest daughter Sophie managed to capture these pictures below of a beautiful early morning frost, one of which shows the pretty autumn changes to the trees beyond.
(C) SueW-nansfarm.net 2018 In response to the word-prompt Jack Frost from Weekly Prompts. http://weeklyprompts.com/2018/11/03/photo-challenge-jack-frost
Photo credit: vaporised breath, Yuliya-Evstratenkos