Or 'frost art', perhaps. We had a hard frost overnight and during today. Some pedestrian artist saw the blank canvas afforded by the grass in the quad of the University of Edinburgh's Old College, and couldn't resist.
The photographer in me was enthralled, the gardener less so. Frost-trampled grass can really suffer.
Below, the motif from a higher view point. The netting is there to prevent pigeons nesting on the balconies. Short of climbing on the ledge there was nothing I could do to avoid the netting coming out in the shot. I decided I didn't want University security called to rescue me, so settled for the grid effect. Still, it makes a nice contrast of regimentation and free-flowing expression.