garden [75/365]

by Sherry Hill March. 16, 2019 213 views
[weed]

[weed]

most everything is buried under mounds and mountains of slowly melting snow.. so my vast garden is dried weeds that are tall enough to poke out and that haven't been eaten by the deer..

[winter weed]

[winter weed]

i do really like these little plants.. the flowers are so tiny..

[natures garden]

[natures garden]

and this next one, simply because i finally got the bokeh i enjoy, from the sun on the icy snow..

[weeds and winter bokeh]

[weeds and winter bokeh]

natures garden

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Kelly Williams 5 months, 4 weeks ago

WOW! I thought I captured some nice photographs .... but you? #1 has a most familiar feel and #4 is just amazing!!

5 months, 4 weeks ago Edited
Sherry Hill Replied to Kelly Williams 5 months, 3 weeks ago

thank you so much.. i've been playing with my camera with manual settings more.. who knew it was this much fun? lol.. trying to step out of "point & shoot" mode..

5 months, 3 weeks ago Edited
Jane Arrietty 5 months, 4 weeks ago

Very beautiful. I like this kind of picture very much.

5 months, 4 weeks ago Edited
Lynn F Medley 6 months ago

I like them too 😊

6 months ago Edited
Laurie Madsen 6 months ago

You're garden looks the same as mine! Same plants, same snow, same muck on my path!
Are we neighbors?

6 months ago Edited
Jolien Dekens 6 months ago

Interesting plants :) And beautiful bokeh in the last one!

6 months ago Edited
Berckmans Peter 6 months ago

So sweet, nature rules. Well done

6 months ago Edited
Russell Smith 6 months ago

I have a silly question. Up there are the first flowers usually the smallest. I know it was that way in WV/Va when I lived there and it holds true here in Sc. and the southeast. The one thing I do not miss about living further north is Mud Season. You know that season inbetween winter and spring when everything is a giant mud pit and you wear old shoes so the new(er) ones do not get trashed .

6 months ago Edited
Sherry Hill Replied to Russell Smith 6 months ago

ya know Russell, i am going to take note of what emerges first around me.. i know my daffodils creep up thru the snow.. but not sure of wildflowers.. 

as for the mud.. i've only a path of ground free of snow and it's already a slush pit.. i have a pair of MUCK boots that are a must around here..

6 months ago Edited
Bob Rosenberg 6 months ago

I feel for you.  Once I moved to California, I made a rule that snow is not allowed within 200 miles of me! blush

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