Winter is coming to the Glen Innes Highlands and Jack Frost is already making its presence known. The mornings during late autumn and winter can be truly stunning. Carpets of frost that glitter in the morning light combined with occasional misty mornings. It is a beautiful part of the world and one that provides the most amazing backdrops for spectacular photos as well.
We have started to see some frosty mornings in the Glen Innes Highlands over the last week or so. Winter is on its way!
Friday 25th May 2018 Forecast temperature: 0 - 18 degrees Daily forecast: Partly cloudy. Areas of fog in the early morning. Slight (20%) chance of a shower in the north, near zero chance elsewhere. Light winds becoming east to southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between 2 and 10 with daytime temperatures reaching between 15 and 21.
I went to high school at home so sometimes my days would start outside, camera in hand. On an early fall morning down by the swing, I discovered a layer of frost over all the plants. One with jagged-edged leaves reminded me of peppermint and I took a photograph I still have today.
I'm pretty sure there was ice on many Queenslander verandahs this morning (admittedly my idea of a cold morning is anything under 15 degrees 🤣). Porches that look this good with a dusting of snow actually make me want to move somewhere cold - or maybe just a quick visit. I’m a sucker for a coloured front door and this porch is stunning! Inspo from Pinterest, please tag if anyone knows who I should credit for this awesome porch 💗
Lamb spam! Finally a few decent pictures of our little girl. Bit of a frosty morning here but mum and the aunties are rocking their frosted tip looks! #lamb#armidale#frostymornings
A stranger walks out of the mist with the sunrise. . . . .