A few weeks ago, I went wandering out into the Autumn fog with my camera (see A Few Autumn Photos).
It wasn’t foggy today, but it was crisp and cold, as it has been for the past few days. Meg suggested we go out for a walk together, so we headed up to Laurieston Woods, about 15 minutes drive away.
At a latitude of pretty much exactly 55 degrees North, even though it was near noon when we went arrived, the sun wasn’t getting particularly high in the sky. The low sun meant many of the droplets on lightly frosted twigs sparkled as the light passed behind and through them.
Lucky I took my camera then...
As always, feel free to click on them for larger versions.
Do you have a favourite?