Frozen #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Linking to Sunday Stills – Theme: Winter – Hosted by Cathy Ryan at Picture This

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39 thoughts on “Frozen #WordlessWednesday #Photography

        1. Yes, it was just as well that we decided not to have a Bloggers Bash this year, Marje. Given the current world, I don’t know when it might happen again, but at least we have the blogging community at hand. I know it’s not as good as seeing each other in person, but my fingers are crossed that the days of meeting up again will happen.

  1. Later this winter, I’m likely to see frost and snowy landscapes, Hugh! For now, I will enjoy the virtual cold as we prepare for more record-breaking heat over our Labor day weekend 😐
    Have fun with Sunday Stills this weekend and I will look forward to seeing your post! And thank you again for hosting.

    1. In the UK, we’ve just had our final holiday weekend before Christmas, Terri. I can’t believe I’m saying that. It was sunny and cool (mid 60f), so it suited me. And our weather has now turned rather autumnal. I can already see the trees changing colour.

      I’m looking forward to hosting Sunday Stills for the next two weeks. I’m working on the first post today.

      Hope you’re well and staying safe from wildfires, smoke and invisible enemies. I’m looking forward to hearing all your news.

      Take care.

      1. Thanks Hugs. Me too. I love them all . . . it’s just this summer has flown by and don’t know what happened to it. Was weird this year.

        1. Agreed, Pat. I’ve found that as I have grown older, my life has become like a toilet roll. The nearer I get to the end, the quicker it seems to run out. I won’t mention the Christmas cards I’ve already seen being advertised. Oh, too late. Happy autumn.

        2. Yes, Hugh. Guess you got to be older to understand. My take on time is like we chug up the hill most of our lives and then reach the top. Then, as we decide to descend we barrel down, sometimes in a free fall. Just taking it all in and enjoying the ride seems so much faster coming down than going up.

          Have a good weekend and, if you celebrate Labor Day over there, enjoy your long holiday weekend.

  2. I’m looking forward to seeing scenes like this – not right away, but we didn’t have much of a winter last year and this summer has been way too hot and dry.

    1. Apart from one week, our summer has been cool and wet. We already have signs of autumn here with leaves changing colour. I hope we get a decent snowfall this winter. These were taken in December 2017.

    1. Yes, taken in December 2017, Cathy. That was the last time we had what I would call a significant snowfall in South Wales. The ones of the frost on the windscreen of the car were taken in March (just before lockdown).

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