Water drops have become frozen after the recent rain and light frost.
They have not fallen on the ground; they hang on the spider webs, on the ends of pines and spruce needles, on grass.
Those on the spider web didn’t tear it; the web was strong enough to withstand the shiny necklaces.
My thujas and pines were covered with frozen raindrops and did not suffer frost and ice.
I looked at my roses covered from rain, ice and frost, and was happy. I hope they will winter well.
Aronia berries were frozen too. The birds pecked them yesterday. If the weather is warmer the birds will eat Aronia again.
I have noticed near the gazebo an insect. It was frozen but moved his leg, maybe it survives.
Some Spirea bushes grow near the garden fence; many frozen drops on flowers sparkle looked like little lights.
The bittersweet berries with seeds were ready to fall into the soil. Their color will slowly fade throughout the winter, I liked this colorful contrast to gray sky and clouds.
In the evening when I was leaving spirea looked clearly and graphically against the darkening sky.