What Remains in Winter 31 Monday Dec 2012 Posted by a3acrefarm in Photos ≈ 21 Comments Tagsapple, hydrangea, rose bush, Snow, storm, sunflower, winter Fallen hydrangea blossom The wind chooses a resting place Olive’s rosebush Spent sunflower Nearly earth again Peach of Montreal apple leaf Snow on the porch window after the storm – unfortunately, on the inside AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
Beautiful images, taken with care. Thanks for sharing & be well~
Thank you for visiting. Happy New Year to you!
Beautiful photos. But the snow that’s on the inside makes me shiver! 🙂 Happy New Year!
The window was open just enough to pass through the cord for the Christmas lights. Snow fell and the wind blew HARD. What a surprise in the morning! Happy New Year to you!
Garden Walk Garden Talk said:
You have found some beautiful photo subjects. Winter is such a great time of year for looking close at the unexpected beauty.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I certainly enjoy following yours. Your photos are always gorgeous! Happy New Year!
Too much snow. Where are you located? You indeed have eyes to write a photography-journal :-). Great work.
Thank you! We are in northern Maine, where we’re getting great snow for all the outside adventures we enjoy. Happy New Year!
Beautiful pictures!! The rose hips from rose bushes are such a blessing. I love turning rose hips into a delightful tincture and I take it every morning. Vitamin C boost! 🙂 Best wishes to you in the new year.
And the rose hips are so beautiful against the white snow. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! Your images are beautiful. They make me long for a bit of snow. Just dreary rain for me!
Thank you, and Happy New Year to you as well!
Landscape Design By Lee said:
Beautiful photos…so serene and peaceful. Thank you for dropping by on my blog-glad to have found you as well! Happy New Year!
Thanks for your encouraging words. Happy New Year!
Curbstone Valley Farm said:
Lovely wintery photos. Sometimes I wish it would snow here (although not inside the porch, goodness). Instead, we seem to have been gifted an inordinate amount of mud this season. Oh well, the plants will be happy for it! Happy New Year!
Happy New Year to you and all at the farm. I just ordered your calendar. I knew there was something I forgot to do before Christmas!
These photos look very familiar to me–what I’m seeing out the backdoor! Your captures are incredible, though, and this is a very graceful, poetic post. Happy New Year!
Happy New Year to you as well. Winter certainly is here in all its chilly beauty.
Looks as though the nitty gritty dirt man has done me an even bigger favor than nominating gardenhood for an award. He’s led me to your lovely voice and sensibilities.
Oh, thank you, Cheryl. For me, your blog is a joy and a balm.
wow. thank you.