Wednesday, November 13, 2013

First flakes -

Most amazed to wake up to see traces of snow -


      Sprinkled over the garden like confectioner's sugar


                       Living greens still peeping through -


                         It almost looks warm;
 
                                        
       Blooms still delight on the pineapple sage.

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15 comments:

  1. Oh! I love your blog. I love your photos; they are so wonderful.A dusting of snow. What a wonderful thing to wake up to.

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    1. Thank you so much - it was a bit like a fairy land, all fresh.

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  2. Great photos! I stopped by to thank you for leaving a lovely comment on my blog (there was no email address I could respond to)... and I was sucked in by your photos! I feel as though I've been on a personal tour of New York. It was wonderful, thank you!

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    1. Your welcome, these are extra photos I had "left over" from other trips to New York, and could not help but posting.

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  3. It's interesting to see when snow arrives in countries around the northern hemisphere.Your photos are lovely.......I have one of these gold balls but haven't thought of putting it in the garden.

    Enjoy your day!
    Ruby

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    1. When I first got it, I really didn't like the color, but now I do !! Also enjoyed the mix of your art and photos on your blog.

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  4. Yaay! First snowfall of the season. It looks beautiful and I'm looking forward to seeing the pics when it snows more :) have a great day dear Lisa .

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    1. Yes, I plan to build some garden structures particularly, to show off the snow !!

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  5. The first snow fall is the best to look at.

    PhenoMenon
    http://throodalookingglass.com/2013/11/quite-not-so-quiet/

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    1. Just found your blog, ABC Wednesday, may try to post there soon !

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  6. Beautiful sprinkles Lisa! The garden globe is pretty in the snow, like a Christmas ornament ...and as long as you can still see green it isn't winter yet. Is it?

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    1. No, it really isn't Sallie, still a touch of warmth and forgiveness in the air.

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  7. that 'icing' captures are lovely!

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  8. What a beautiful little fairyland. I want to be there! Lovely work.

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  9. Wonderful first snow photos.
    It's cold here too, but we haven't had any snow yet.
    Thanks for your comment. I'm trying to catch up and comment more.

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