Category Archives: frost

Brrrrrrrr!

It appears that the winter is here properly. This morning the view as far as the eye could see was white with frost and the Galloway hills to the west were properly snowy white a good half way down their … Continue reading

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Cold? You bet!

This frost painting was on the kitchen window the other morning, Jack Frost has been reading my blog I think. It bears a striking resemblance to the plate with the two figures on that I slipped the other day. It … Continue reading

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Crispy days are wonderful

Cold and crisp, now that’s how winter is supposed to be. Another dragon type creature, this one doesn’t look at all scary, thinking about it, none of my dragons look scary. I was running a kids class at the CatStrand … Continue reading

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22 to minus 3

We woke to a shockingly cold but utterly beautiful sight this morning, a chill minus three outside and thick frost and the low sun. Compared to the days of 22 degrees C that we had last week in Barcelona – … Continue reading

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Bang!

Cold this morning and by the time I’d finished decorating the car windows my fingers were numb. Ho hum, probably a lesson there somewhere. I blew one of these jugs up in my little kiln today while trying to do … Continue reading

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