Hoarfrost in the Morning

I woke up to a foggy morning and with temperatures below 0C, hoarfrost is everywhere.  I didn’t have to even leave my apartment to get pictures of it.  After taking a few pictures from inside my apartment, I decided to go outside to take more anyway.  Towards the Seine River at the back of the property here, I knew I would find some interesting scenes.

First, the pictures of the River Birch outside my window.

And now the rest of the pictures taken on my walk to the Seine River.

Hoarfrost always looks so beautiful when the sky is blue and the sun is shining on the frost – but, the frost happens because of the clouds and fog, and disappears soon after those are gone.  The sun is supposed to shine this afternoon, so I’ll see if any hoarfrost is left by then.

It is currently -4C here with a high expected of +2C.  Have a great day everyone.

9 thoughts on “Hoarfrost in the Morning

    1. Thanks blosslyn. I really don’t mind this kind of winter, but once the temperatures are down to -35C and colder, I would rather have your rain, mud and more rain – LOL 🙂

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  1. Really amazing beautiful photos, Mavis 🙂
    I’m not in for the much cold weather, but right now your weather seems a bit attractive after many days with rain, thunder and lightening. I have been wet inside out several times a day now, so the thought about walking in your beautiful and cold nature feels good for now.

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    1. I have to admit that I don’t like a lot of rain either Irene. We do get a lot of sunny days year round here, but the winters can be brutal & especially cold when it is sunny.

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      1. Your winter does also sounds cold with down to -35 C. Here in Spain we go down to minus, but not much more down than to -5, where I live. In other parts more north it gets more cold.
        In Denmark, where I do come from, we could have down to -25 to-28 C. in a very cold winter. More often as I remember, down to -10 to -15 C. which also feels cold.
        We do see the sun much here in Spain, but the weather goes crazy many places. I just read, that an area here had received more than 50% of usual rain in a year – in only 3 days. So lots of damage caused the rain for now.

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  2. I would like to try out your winter Irene. 🙂 But I do remember a time (many years ago) when I was in Spain and it was soooooo hot – even too hot for me to enjoy. 🙂 Winnipeg is often referred to as Winterpeg due to our brutal cold and snow. Usually it is either too much snow or too cold, but sometimes it is the snow and cold together that really hits hard.


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