Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend – Flashback Foto Friday

Welcome to another Foto Friday! Bit of a shameless plug before I get started – I have a small number of photos available for sale on Fine Art America (thanks to a request from a Facebook friend, who bought one of my moon shots in April 2016), and I’m slowly adding to my inventory over at Zazzle. If there’s a picture I’ve taken that you’d like to see on a particular product, feel free to shout out, and I’ll get it put together in short-ish order.

Now, on to the pictures. Since I haven’t been outside with my camera much lately, I’ve decided to make this another Flashback Foto Friday. All of these shots are from November/December 2016.

Frozen Wishes
Frozen Wishes
Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend
Tufted Titmouse braving the windy weather
Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend
Frosty dandelion bloom
Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend
Frozen dandelion
Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend
Black-eyed Susan long after it bloomed
Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend
Black-eyed Susan confused on the season

Happy Friday, and have a great weekend!

Frost, Flowers, Feathered Friend – Flashback Foto Friday

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2 comments

  1. You obviously get colder Novembers than we do. I’ve got flowers coming up in my garden because they think it’s spring. There are still roses in flower.

    I think I like the little titmouse the best, as he looks as cold as I would feel

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