This results in a slight overload of photos, but it means that I have more to share with you so these are the follow on from the ones I showed you on Friday, with some mosaics so that I can take part in Mosaic Monday - more of that at the end.
This (above) is the result of two days of frost, it is very thick and crusty isn't it!
The sage always gets a good thick coating of frost because the leaves are slightly hairy and they catch more moisture to freeze. It makes for great photos!
The grass isn't so exciting to look at, but you can see how cold it is when the grass freezes.
Everything looks very chilly doesn't it! I do like that we have so many evergreens in our garden though as they do add to the garden all year round and I am grateful for that!
As you can see it was very frosty in the garden although some of this was the result of two days of frost one after the other and no melting or defrosting in between. I love the way that frost decorates everything with that look of icing sugar sprinkled around.
Nature really is an amazing thing isn't it, and it creates such great beauty for us all to enjoy!
Thank you as always Maggie for hosting Mosaic Monday, you can find the other posts over at Maggie's lovely blog Normandy Life.