Autumn leaves add colour to an early winter snowy scene in The Meadows, Edinburgh.
Beech leaves with ice crystals picking out the veins and leaf edges. Romanno Bridge in the Scottish Borders.
Snow and ice has created a soft colour palette in this landscape near Leadburn, Midlothian.
Actually photographed in 2012, but the shapes of the ice formations on this puddle in a field at Romanno Bridge reminded me of designs of the 1960s.
A warm glow settled on Milkieston Hill as late afternoon approached. View from near Eddleston in the Scottish Borders.
A close look at ice on a window pane revealed these barb-like crystal growths. They appear very three dimensional from the way the crystal faces interact with the incident light.
The ice on the leaf margins makes this look like a variegated cultivar of Holly. Hedge at Romanno Bridge in the Scottish Borders.
The snow and foggy conditions produced and old-world feeling to this scene in south Edinburgh.
Children enjoying the gentle snowy slopes at The Links, Edinburgh.
These small ice crystal columns are comprised of half-hexagons which became larger with each successive crystal deposition. This image has been digitally resampled to twice the capture resolution.
The Holly cultivar here is Ilex aquifolium 'Aureo-marginata'.
Phragmites communis on the frozen marsh called Black Springs, at the foot of the Pentland Hills near Balerno, Edinburgh.
Low temperatures and humid air in still conditions, allowed the formation of these columnar crystals on vegetation emerging from the surface of a frozen flooded field. Romanno Bridge in the Scottish Borders.
Beautiful ice crystal formations often form on damp glass, like these resembling Acanthus leaves, photographed in Edinburgh.
Leaves of an Acer palmatum cultivar in autumn colouration contrast strongly with the snow they're sitting on. In the City of Edinburgh.
On this frozen flooded field, various ice crystal formations had formed, some comprising crystals whose edges were picked out by further smaller ice crystals.
A number of individual frames were blended (using ImageFuser) to produce the motion blur effect seen here.
A long exposure capture has created a very dynamic feel to the fairground attractions in Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh.