Saturday, November 14, 2009

Shadow Shot Sunday - another frosty morning



Frosty shadows on a savoy cabbage in my garden on Monday morning.  See more frosty pictures on my gardening blog, and check out sunnier shadows at Shadow Shot Sunday with Tracy and friends.

11 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What a fantastic shot, Jacqui! An absolutely stunning capture! You can see almost every piece of frost! And what lovely shadows it makes on the cabbage -- who probably didn't appreciate it as much as I have!

Enjoy!

Sylvia

Hot Fudge said...

How brave to venture out to capture a shot like this, but thanks for doing so, as it's quite stunning.

Ralph said...

That cabbage looks nice with the bit of frost on it. I'm sure the leafy vegetable would prefer to not have this freeze, but Winter approaches and we cannot prevent it...

Hey Harriet said...

Yikes! That poor little cabbage must be freezing. I think it needs a nice warm beanie to help cope with that frost! A nice shot!

Joops said...

the frost makes it more beautiful!

Please check out shadows in Chinhae

Crafty Green Poet said...

wonderful photo, gosh it was frosty on Monday wasn't it?

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

The savoy cabbage looks ready to eat. I don't think a little frost will do it any harm - frost being like a refrigerator? Thanks for visiting. Yes, one or two of the hopscotch shadows are rotated - nice that you so noted!

Sweet Repose said...

What a yummy frosted treat...I'll have to try the savoy next year, what a beautiful veggie!

frayedattheedge said...

We Scots know that cabbage tastes better after a frost (as do Brussels sprouts and turnips!!) Seriously, that is a stunning photo!!

Becks said...

Fantastic photo. Really captures the season completely. Thank you for sharing.

sunnymama said...

That is one beautiful cabbage! :)