The crazy rollercoaster weather continues this year. The last day of March started off with gorgeous blue skies but it was very cold with everything covered in ice crystals. They glistened in the sun. And then as the sun rose, the fog rolled in for a bit before burning off presenting us with a beautiful sunny day with temperatures in the low 60's. (Almost as nice today but a little cooler - supposedly with snow on the way!)
I am glad daffodils are pretty hardy, as they've been taking a beating this March. They were all droopy from the frost, but by the end of the day, many recovered and finally opened. They look even better today, we shall see how they fare if we get the snow.
Will most likely cut the tall grasses down this week, but boy do they glisten with the frost, backlit by the sun.
Loving the ice ....
Hopefully the buds aren't impacted by the ice.
Interesting how the crystals highlight the edge of the leaves
All photographs were taken with a Canon 6D and Sigma 105mm 2.8 DG Macro HSM
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