Jack frost – the artist

Anybody telling you the weathers improving – I have evidence to the contrary if you’re living in the Northern Hemisphere. Jack Frost was out again last night


Location – The Drive where Mum and Dad park the car

And as you can plainly see – Dear old Jack has danced all over it!

However, I do like the patterns he’s left on the roof – its quite artistic.

Dad isn’t that impressed – he’s scraping jack’s artwork off the windows.


7 thoughts on “Jack frost – the artist

  1. kaptonok 25 Feb 2016 / 9:17 am

    Wilson Bentley was the first to photograph snowflakes; taking his first picture in 1885. He was fascinated by the patterns. He took about five thousand pictures. Ironically he died of a chest infection contracted in a blizzard.

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    • inkdropk 27 Feb 2016 / 1:54 pm

      Which is why i chose to take this pic behind a double glazed window with the zoom on my camera, kaptonok…british winters are becoming really hard to tell what they’ll do next 🙂


      • kaptonok 29 Feb 2016 / 9:15 am

        Yes the weather is changing but it has always been changable,
        which is useful fodder for change doubters.
        Inovators often take chances they just cant help it.


    • inkdropk 25 Feb 2016 / 11:11 am

      I can only claim credit for the Photo, the pattern comes courtesy of Mother Nature’s Kid – Jack Frost

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  2. GeorgieMoon 25 Feb 2016 / 8:37 pm

    Have you changed your blog theme? I like it a lot!

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    • inkdropk 26 Feb 2016 / 8:34 pm

      Yes! Nice of you to notice Miss Moon. I was getting bored with the way it looked so I’ve played with the edit suite to get it the way I wanted it. Cheers for Noticing.


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