Sunday morning brought the first hard frost of the season to southeast Michigan. This has been a very mild autumn thus far, with temps in 90s as of a few weeks ago, and summer flowers still in lush bloom.
This morning was decidedly different - more like autumn. The temps were in the 30s, and frost was definitely in the air. Our house top roofs were silvery white, and the grass had a shimmering silver cast to the blades. It was a beautiful sight. The few leaves that have fallen were preserved in visible frost crystals. Enjoy!