I enjoy the way the flowers are left to create a wild winter arrangement in the snow. Sometimes I like garden in the winter more than in summer. Great photos as always.
These are fabulous images Nathalie.... love the contrast of the snow to emphasise the forms - beautiful!S
Quelque chose me dit que toute cette végétation passerait peut-être inaperçue en été, alors que l'hiver lui offre une toile blanche...(Sur la première photo, ce sont des cerises de terre, non?)
Wild winter flowers, how very beautiful.
so beautiful even dead and in the snow
I scrolled down through your last couple of posts as I don't get to visit every day - your photos are so beautiful, really exquisite, Nathalie. The top one in this post looks like dried gooseberry pods. I picked up a few a couple of months ago under a gooseberry bush and they looked so delicate - like miniature Japanese lanterns, so I put them in a bowl in front of a Buddha sculpture, and then last week I was vacuuming a bit to enthusiastically, and woooosh! they were gone ...
ohhhhh! i have a thing for spent flower.... your photos are ammaaaaaazing! yes i wish you could go in spring, autumn and summer again- so i could see them then....hmmm wait! maybe i should wish i could go to!
que c'est beau... ça fait du bien...
Nathalie I love these. The top one is especially gorgeous. I have a small obsession with seed pods, I think they are just as beautiful as the flowers themselves and they have little suprises inside(:
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