Last winter was poor in terms of frost. There were very few days throughout the whole of the winter that produced anything worthwhile. After the seasonal blowout, I was looking for an excuse to rise from my bed early to walk off some of the over indulgence of food that’s traditional with Christmas. We had a very cold night and a quick glance out the window at an unearthly hour this morning looked promising. The problem with shooting frost is time; you usually have only a relatively short window before it begins to disappear. You need to arrive at your destination early before the sun rises and start searching for suitable material which is in an ideal position to take advantage of the light. Below are some images photographed this morning. By 10am I was on my way back home.