I'm already back to show you the remainder of my frost photos! I just figured, why the heck not?
There's this place at work that I rarely go, but I was looking for a particular bird and thought I'd see what was there.
It was quiet and frosty up there. Several birds were around, though not the bluebird I was looking for. I even saw some quail, but I didn't get a good picture.
I messed with these pictures a little.
Then I went back down the hill where it wasn't as foggy-white, but there were some interesting sights.
Here's the bird I was looking for! A Western Bluebird. I had been seeing them, and when I mentioned it to a coworker (who is really into birds), he was surprised and pleased. I made it my mission to get a photo.
After lunch, the sun started coming out! I was driving back to my office when I saw these in the field across the street, so I went and took pictures.
I wish I could've captured this better, but the sun was melting the frost into ice that glittered like little Christmas lights.
Back at work, the sun created some nice back-lighting on the frosty path.