16 January 2011

Winter in the Garden


This garden of white makes a pristine backdrop to barren branches, evergreens and dried hydrangea.  It's my contribution to the Mosaic Monday meme over at Dear Little Red House.  Thank you Mary for hosting.

8 comments:

EG Wow said...

I see lots of snow and no sun! I hope the sun shines for you tomorrow!

Rambling Woods said...

I see that the deer ate some of the rose bush and hydrangea...will have to see what comes back next year..I can't really begrudge them at it is a rotten time of year and I am a sap......Michelle

Arija said...

I wish we had stayed in Canada. I do miss a good hard winter followed by a spectacular spring. The only thin I don't miss is the black flies and mozzies.

Shirley said...

EG Wow, we haven't actually seen the sun for over a week now. Since last weekend we have received 99cm of snow. Today is snowing but tomorrow SUN!! More snow forecasted for Thursday and Friday but at least it will be warmer in the single negative digits compared to -18 as a high today.

Ajija, you really miss the cold harsh winters? You are a brave woman!

Michelle, I think I would feel as you do regarding the deer. Trees and shrubs will likely recover and those beautiful doe-eyed creatures will have sufficient for their diet. I can't begrudge them that either.

Lorrie said...

Your snow photos are lovely. I enjoy winter, but by the end of January I'm ready for spring.

Here's hoping the deep freeze ends soon.

Jeri ~ said...

Very pretty mosaic - the snow is lovely to look at, just wish it stayed for a shorter time!

eileeninmd said...

Very pretty wintry mosaic. I hope the sun comes out for you soon. I know I am ready for spring.

Pondside said...

I think that hydrangea is just the best blossom - it gives pleasure in every season.

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