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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Wednesday Vignette

We had snow over the weekend, so I took the opportunity to go out in it and take a picture of my snowdrops flowering in it. Or is that under it? Anyway, it may be a cliche, but I like it.

Snowdrops in the snow

Anna at Flutter & Hum hosts Wednesday Vignette every week on hump day. Check out her post here, and why not join in with a post of your own?

6 comments:

  1. Sweet. I'm glad the snow arrived for this photo op. Now let's get on with spring!

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  2. You definitely got more snow then my north Seattle garden. I feel you pain, but the picture is (almost) worth it.

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  3. I truly believe this is the real reason they are called Snow drops. Thinking of it as slow release watering, might make you like it more?

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  4. They're pretty, whether lit by sunlight or covered in snow! BTW, I'm enjoying your ever-changing sidebar snippets.

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  5. Hopefully that bit of white stuff was gone quickly! (We’re getting more tonight).

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