Frosty Mornings | {The Serenity Project}

It seems we had a very short fall and then went straight into winter! The seasonal weather has been a nice change for us.

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The frosty mornings are beautiful, and very fun to photograph.

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Mostly it’s just frosty in the mornings, but we did have one ice storm. Beautiful but a little scary to drive in. Fortunately, the roads were cleared quickly.

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We haven’t seen any real snow yet, but maybe by next month’s Serenity Project there will be.

The Serenity Project is a collaborative photography project featuring photographers who aim to bring a sense of peace and calm to their imagery. Please continue the circle to Amy L Smith Photography To see what brought her some serenity this month.

12 thoughts on “Frosty Mornings | {The Serenity Project}

  1. Totally know what you mean about a short fall season. Seems like we just blinked and it’s gone! You have made winter look full of fresh new photography opportunities. Love these images – the details are simply beautiful. It looks very lovely where you live, although, my goodness…..snow storms sound scary. Gorgeous share Eileen. 💖


  2. Oh what beautiful frosty images! I love the color and tones in the first one, and the textures you were able to capture in all of them! I bet this is quite a change from your last few years of living in warmer states!


  3. Oh wow – these are gorgeous Eileen. The red with the frost looks gorgeous, especially the second image it looks like sugar on the flower.
    I know this is a huge change for you all, living in the Southwest for so long. But I am sure it is fun to see the different season unfold. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful work in our monthly blog circle.


  4. As I looked at your post, I thought, “WOW, look how beautiful that frost is!” Then I saw the ice!!! Gorgeous. I love how you made the onset of winter look so beautiful.


    1. Thank you, Nancy! I do think that’s true, but I also think that’s probably true wherever we have lived. There is beauty everywhere, and if you are new to a place, I think you notice it in a different way than those who have lived with it for a while.


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