19 January 2011

Wordless Wednesday 113

Winter Weeds, January 2011

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 1/19/11, 12:28 AM  

Hi Beth,

That's a very eerie shot and may I say, very white.
Here in Southern UK, we have managed to lose our snow and you would have to be in the very North of Scotland, to get a picture like that, just now.


Kim 1/19/11, 1:19 AM  

Stunning! I think you should frame this one.

Veens 1/19/11, 1:42 AM  

God they look like alien space ships :D

chrisa511 1/19/11, 2:05 AM  

There's something I love about dead plants so much :)

caite 1/19/11, 4:36 AM  

rather unworldly looking, aren't they?

Alice 1/19/11, 4:54 AM  

I like this one very much!

Michelle 1/19/11, 5:49 AM  

Pretty snow! Well, as long as I don't have to go out in it. ;)

Ed T. 1/19/11, 6:43 AM  

Wow - for a minute, I thought I was looking at something taken through a microscope. Great shot!



(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea 1/19/11, 6:51 AM  

Your photography amazes me --spectacular!

Sandy Nawrot 1/19/11, 7:10 AM  

You find things to photograph that I wouldn't even see. This one is a keeper.

Indrani 1/19/11, 7:16 AM  

Very well framed shot.

Anonymous,  1/19/11, 9:58 AM  

I feel a little redundant when all I can say is Wow, it's just beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing.

Leslie (Under My Apple Tree) 1/19/11, 10:47 AM  

The snow covered dried flowers add an interesting dimension to the winter landscape, not to mention wonderful photo opportunities. Lovely contrast with the white of the snow.

Rebecca Rasmussen 1/19/11, 10:52 AM  

I love this one: it reminds me so much of home. Thank you ;)

Zibilee 1/19/11, 11:30 AM  

I really love the way that the snow packs itself into all the crevices of the flower. It's a beautiful picture. Thanks for sharing it!

kayerj 1/19/11, 12:24 PM  

It looks like a thistle--very pretty with the snow on it.

Carol 1/19/11, 2:19 PM  

Great shot! It's so desolate looking, but really interesting! Snow covered?

Stan 1/19/11, 2:23 PM  

Very nice. I love the simple yet elegant scenes found in snowy landscapes.

Anonymous,  1/19/11, 2:53 PM  

Beautiful! Snow can be so gorgeous, can't it?

Dorte H 1/19/11, 2:54 PM  

This one is absolutely wonderful!

SuziQoregon 1/20/11, 12:02 AM  

Oh I love this! It's absolutely wonderful. One of those I want to put in rotation as my desktop wallpaper on my laptop.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA 1/20/11, 12:40 AM  

Very beautiful, Beth. Nice composition, too!

Shelley 1/20/11, 11:29 AM  

Since I come from the Great Plains, I'm always especially intrigued by natural images that are spare and imply hardship.

This photo really draws viewers in.That plant looks like a creature.

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