We have snow in London and you don't have it in Minnesota, what is the world coming to!
It's beautiful Jill ^_^ wish we could have some nice frost over here. Have a great Sunday!Eva
Beautiful! I miss those mornings!
Gorgeous! Is Minnesota breaking records for NO snow!
So THAT'S what it's called?!! A hoar frost! Love the spikey ends of it!Stay warm Miz Jill!hughugs
That is so pretty!
I Love Hoar frost, thanks for sharing.
Wow...truly gorgeous! I love it...beautiful!xoRebecca
Looks really pretty Jill!Can you please keep it over there,we don't want any in Ireland as it is now spring and we are hoping for sunshine!!!Have a lovely Sunday xx
are you sure you live in minnesota?? these are artsy pretty!!
Ms. Jill you have such a good eye for just the purrfect picture. We've never seen hoar frost it is gorgeous in blk and white.Hugs Madi
It sure was!!! Gorgeous shots!! I giggle a little saying the frost name. I learned something new today:)
I think you got our frost and we got your snow! We didn't get much, just a dusting on the ground but it's still out there. I can pack it up and ship it to ya if ya want me to! : )..
Wonderful captures Jill.
Thanks for sharing your winter weather with us! I am so jealous!
Wow, these are gorgeous. Beautiful plant. Hoep you are having a fabulous sunday Are you watching or going to watch the Super Bowl? Who are you rooting for?
What a beautiful sight! I'm happy I found your blog!Nancy,Nancy's Notes
That frost is looking very pretty. I'll bet it is pretty cold though.
We both enjoyed the frost today : )Good thing I didn't try to name mine, I am sure I would have written whore frost.
Great pictures and a reminder of what winter is about--Not those darn daffodils that are coming up! :-)
So very pretty, Jill.
WOw, those are cool pictures!
Well, not only is it beautiful, but I learned something new. I confess, I've never heard the term "hoar frost", so I had to look it up :)
I love hoar frost and haven't seen any so far this year!
Beautiful pics of the frost
Yes it is! :)
That first picture is a prize-winner! Love the pine needles and the frost.
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