At my altitude frosts are so rare that I note them on my rain chart. They do little damage and give me new visual pleasures from their special effects.
As always in nature, closer observations repays with small and extraordinary details — like this crystallised wallaby dropping!
‘Green’ is often overrated, and the new white overall coating throws existing objects into new relief. My favourite lichen-splattered rock, as round as a bowling ball, and fancifully considered by me to be a mini-meteorite, now fits right into its surroundings.