Thursday, January 24, 2008

It all started when Marcel posted a photo of "Hoar Frost" on his Sitka Daily Photo. I had never heard of the term and being the inquisitive kitty that I am, I had to google the term. In real specific terms it told exactly what this type of frost happens to be and if you care to know look it up you lazy head.
What was truly amazing, I came upon this site that had a photo of such frost in Oregon. Everyone who reads this post needs to hurry over to see Q T Luong's photos of the WORLD. It is gonna take me days to look at all those beautiful and exquisite photo. They are truly music to the soul but in living color.
As I was looking at the National Parks in Alaska, I wanted to grow up and be him. He has gone to all the National Parks. I cannot phantom that much less have done it.
Am I impressed? You bet I am. Today I toured the island of Kauai. I have no idea where I will go tomorrow by way of QT guided tours.
His web site is
The Kitty Justice is that I was not selfish and kept this site to ME KITTY SELF.


Marcel said...

Thanks for letting me know about the link. I just wish I wasn't so busy to check them all out now. But I will check out more of his photos.

Lady Di Tn said...

Ah Marcel
life gets in the way of our pleasures. I must go play maid now. Dust bunnies beware.

Mary said...

Lady Di,

I always smile when I visit your blog. I have seen hoarfrost many times in my life and it is very pretty. Please stop by my blog. I have a little something for you.


Merle said...

Hi Lady Di ~~ Interesting post and I oved the paintings in previous post.
Thank you for the Kids in Church that I posted tonight. Glad you enjoyed the jokes and hope the Art class also
got a chuckle from them. Take care, my friend, Love, Merle.

Lady Di Tn said...

Puppy came home from college yesterday so I took the kind award and will try to post it today. Thanks. Glad I made you smile.

Thanks Merle. The ladies & Mimi enjoyed the jokes. I bet you have not seen Hoar frost in your part of the world either. I have never heard a southern use the term on this side of the world.