Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Day 9. Frosty morning.

A glorious frost greeted me first thing this morning.  My first chance this season to get some true winter shots.  I scurried into the ditch at work, and to the farm across the road, to take advantage of some beautiful views.

(Side note, my almost brand new HP desktop computer broke - won't start - got the blue screen of death when I turned it on tonight.  The computer is less than 6 months old, doggone it.  And I pretty much only use it for photos.  No kids or wild adults surfing sights where I could have gotten a virus, plus I have virus protection.  But after the blue screen of death showed up, the computer said it could repair itself.  Yeah, right.  It spent a while 'fixing' itself, and now told me I'd better backup my files.  So I suspect a visit to the computer shop will be in order.  Luckily, my 8-year-old laptop is still hanging in there.  Although it has a mysterious whirring noise that gets awfully loud sometimes.  Hopefully it can hold out until my desktop is back up and running.  But if I disappear, or start posting only middling shots taken with just my smartphone, you'll know the worst has happened and I'm computerless.)

Should I have gotten a Mac?

Well, enjoy the brilliant frost.  The beauty of ice.  (So long as it's not on the roads.  But that's a long, sad story for another time, a story about my new car and a big rock.)  Beauty for now.  That's what I'll focus on.

The Lone Frozen Weed

Evergreen in white.

Natural monochrome.
(These pictures were all taken in full color, but showed up completely colorless. Weird.  I had to double check my camera since I was not expecting the shots I got.  Neat though huh?)

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