The weather here is still very mild for the time of year. Not that I mind not having to scrape ice of the car windscreen before heading off to work...!
I love photographing frost on things. This picture of mine appears in the newly-published Great British Cookbook
No opportunities like that have arisen just yet, but the next couple of photos show you that we have definitely had some rain. The photos were taken early in the morning, so the lines of droplets on these Brussels Sprouts may be partially dew as well as rain.
This is the head of one of my PSB plants. This photo makes it look big, but it's really very small.
Amazingly, I still have a Raspberry plant that is producing ripe berries - just one or two. This photo was taken on 20th November.
Some of the Dogwood bushes have shed all their leaves now (see red stems in photo below), but this one hasn't. It's Cornus Alba "Midwinter Fire".
The Buddleia seems to think that it's Springtime already, as it's covered in fresh leaf growth. I love the colour and texture of those steely-grey downy leaves!
P.S. I drafted this post last weekend, and of course since then the temperatures have taken a dive, so maybe next weekend I'll be able to start photographing frost again!