One thing I love about living in Canberra are the frosts. In Adelaide we perhaps got one or two frosts around my birthday at the end of July. I always thoughts I'd get ready to photograph the frost the next day. Yet the next day of frost rarely came.
Here we get frosts regularly for 6 or 7 months of the year. I love the way they transform my garden with beautiful white icy crystals. It gives me a sense of nostalgia reminding me of my childhood when my parents would announce on many a winter morning that Jack Frost had been to visit overnight. It alights in me my sense of wonder at the beauty of nature. The way ice forms its crystals on many varying plants, outlining them with white evenly-shaped forms. I love the way my children delight in the ice forms. They generally want to eat the ice which results in fingers becoming frozen and needing to be warmed on our heated tiles inside. They too delight in this magical winter wonderland that appears every morning that is cold enough. Voila! - that magical carpet of white!