Wordless Wednesday, attempt the fourth – brrrrrrrr

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frosted marigold

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parky primrose

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16 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday, attempt the fourth – brrrrrrrr

    1. kate Post author

      Hee hee, can’t quite believe I managed it!

      At least this may be shaping up to be a proper winter – we barely had a frost last year…

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  1. patientgardener

    Brrrrrr indeed – you have mastered the art of putting the words in the title, though I sometimes cheat with a photo caption!!

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    1. kate Post author

      Did it – and now I don’t have to prove I can, so I can go back to wittering!

      I do love the effects of frost. Well, apart from the blackened corpses it leaves behind, that is – but it does make the weeds easier to remove.

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  2. Juliet

    Woohoo, you made it! Brrrrrrrr is the word – it did that here this morning too. Everything does look pretty with frost on, but I have not yet been tempted out into the cold with my camera.

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    1. kate Post author

      Fingerless gloves are the answer – or rather, almost-fingerless gloves. It’s amazing how well the tips of your fingers can cope when the rest is covered up (though they do give up eventually and start demanding warm mugs of tea to curl around, or mine do anyway)…

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  3. Dobby

    Well done Kate. I knew you had it in you!
    Very Brrr this last few days. The forecast says rain this weekend though. Knew it couldn’t last.

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    1. kate Post author

      Surprising, though… I think it will b cold again soon – let’s just hope we escape all that horrible snow from a couple of years ago. Pretty but ultimately difficult and boring.

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