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A Frosty Mosiac

This past weekend was very busy for me as I spent it with my peers at Master Gardeners of Ontario.  Saturday was the Coordinators Conference in which all the Coordinators from all the groups in Ontario got together at Landscape Ontario offices to socialize, have brain storming sessions about issues that will help make our groups stronger, learn new ideas and review gardening practices that may be new or different as the new Pesticide Ban.   There was a silent auction that creates the revenue for the next years conference.  I went home feeling tired but with a renewed sense of purpose in what we do.  Sunday was a board meeting for which I sit as a Zone director for the organization.  

My mosiac for this Monday morning is compiled of pictures I took first thing in the morning on Sunday after a very chilly night and the frost was laden on the plants in our garden.   I thank Mary at the Little Red House for hosting these opportunities to show off our particular interests.  I read many of the entries and although I may not comment on them I appreciate and enjoy your compositions. 


Icy BC said…
This is just a fantastic mosaic! Love it!
Mary said…
Absolutely stunning! thanks so much for sharing your beautiful images at MM. :)
Mary said it so well...stunning!!!
Frost is so pretty etching the edges of plants and flowers. Can't believe you already have frost! I'm sitting here in shorts in Texas!
Really Rainey said…
Wow those are some chilly photos... and a fantastic mosaic!
Very pretty!
Have a wonderful week ahead!
~Really Rainey~
Sharon said…
Great photo's. You really captures the frost. Sharon

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