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Taken this morning 20/10/2010 in Golden Acre Park, Bramhope near Leeds. The sun just over the horizon highlighting the frost on the grass.
Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ38Finished in Picasa 3
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As a Framed print
bramhope, colin metcalf, dawn, frost, golden acre, leeds, morning, park, sheep, trees
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Gorgeous and stunning! Must go back there some time! Instant fave! S:)x
Thanks so much Sandi, it’s one of my favourite morning walks at anytime of year. Thanks for the fave as well.
– Colin Metcalf
This is beautiful – had to wear gloves on my walk this morning as it was so cold – great capture!!
Thanks so much Mattie for the comment and fave. It was definitely brass monkey’s. I had to go back in for another layer.
A great reminder that Summer has passed , Nice image Col !
Cheers trev for the comment and fave, Definitely a morning for brisk walking.
Really cold one this morning! Thanks for looking!
Lovely capture Colin, great to see some of your countryside.
Thanks so much Andrea.
A wonderful composition, Colin. Certainly does look a little chilly!
Certainly was a real shock to the system. Thanks for looking Mike.
Marvelous capture!!!! we have not had a frost here in CT yet… oh darn, wish I hadn’t said that… lol :)))))
You’ll be in for it now, snow tomorrow for tempting providence. Many thanks.
gosh Colin it must be cold up there. Great capture.x
It is it’s come so suddenly. not as cold today though. Thanks for the comment!
Well seen and captured Colin.Looks like I will have to find my trousers, as I am still wearing shorts. :-))
Cheers Richard, Yes get ’em ready it was proper brass monkies!