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Taken in November 2010 when we had a couple of days of hard Hawfrost.
Taken well after sunset with a 30 second exposure. Canon 400D + Sigma 10-20.+gloves!
frost, hawfrost, winter, snow, moon, moonlight, moonrise, worcestershire
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I am a Digital Artist and Photographer living in the heart of England. I am passionate about these Celtic Isles and capturing the magic and mystery of our wonderfull landscape.
This is simply Divine! The gentle evening tones really soften the crispness of the frost. Stunning photo! .. Trudi
Angela, this is amazing. You’ve managed to capture that fleeting moment when the first sun’s rays reflect timidly off the frost, separating it from the murky predawn and making each of those infinity of tiny crystals come alive.I feel like I’ve got to write this fast so the moment doesn’t disappear with the rising sun…Gorgeous composition and framing, wonderful depth and sense of space, but most of all perfect timing.Awesome take!!
AWESOME! Billyboy took the rest of my words out of my moulth!
The frost gives such strong definition to the leaves and grass, very well captured.
stunning! all of it! glad you had gloves ;)
Beautiful capture Angela! Instant fave!
What a beautiful site, love the color and the moon in this!