While I was sitting here, typing in my comment on Jocose's first set of pictures taken at the so-and-so aquaeduct (sorry, don't quite remember the name right now), I suddenly saw out of the corner of my eye that something wonderful was happening outside. Oh joys of digital photography, I can present you right here and now what I saw - along with my little camera -, in our garden, only 10 minutes ago: This gave the whole inside of the house this amazing light that caught my attention, although this very attention is, of course, supposed to be with TPF at all times (!) :shock: . The whole sky was orange with the first light of the rising sun. Wow. And everything was covered in frost, so I just HAD to take my "frosty leaves" photos there and then: It was still quite dark on our lawn, so with exposure times of 1/3 sec. handheld I was not sure I'd manage this. And I did not when I even had to use the manual focus at a range of maybe one inch (then I really have to focus with my body, since I only get a few millimetres of focus), so the Frozen Daisy (must mail this to Raymond, hoping that HIS Daisy is not quite as "frozen" as ours in our lawn!) shows some blur from camera shake here, I'm afraid: And then I thought I had finished and turned around to go back inside the house and would ALMOST have missed this! The big oaks in our neighbours' garden, shining in a glory of colours that they don't actually have (oak leaves here turn from green to crisp brown without any mentionable burst of colours inbetween) - amazing. By now the effect is all gone.