Friday, February 8, 2008

Snowdrops


Look at this water drop! :-)





Snowdrop is a messenger of spring over here. It is among the first little flowers which beautiful white bloom usually breaks through the snow blanket. It isn’t such a case this year because we haven’t had any snow at all for over a month.
It was raining yesterday which turned into snow in the evening but only for a short while so nothing left of snow this morning. It looks like spring has already started over here so that the vegetation itself is confused because of such weather. Otherwise our spring starts on 21st March every year.
These snowdrops grow in my garden. I love them very much. As I didn’t know which photo to post I simply decided to post them all.


15 comments:

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Dan said...

Lovely pics today. I really enjoyed these. A great spalsh of color to brighten my winter day

Wolfgang said...

Beautiful series! We'll have severeal more weeks of winter....

janeywan said...

I came over from Michele's site and glad I did, beautiful photos. I haven't been posting as many photos as I normally do, but I'm set on getting back to it. I just love taking photos and sharing my little part of the world. Come by and see me.

photowannabe said...

I'm glad you posted them all. they are most beautiful. I love the fresh blooms of spring.

Andrea said...

Beautiful flowers.We call them "Bucaneve",that means the flower that makes an hole in the snow.

Ciao

JB's Big World said...

These are gorgeous photos! Great job!
--JB

Mike said...

Beautiful shots! I can't believe you already have these coming up. We are still in the grips of winter!

Neva said...

We wont' see these for a long time yet....very very nice.

Max-e said...

Lovely photos Meda. I never realised that they came through the snow, that is interesting. We also have snowdrops in our garden,but ours enjoy a more temperate climate.

Joy said...

They're beautiful! I haven't seen any yet here in Norwich.

Enjoy your week ahead.

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Mandy said...

gorgeous photographs.
I love them all
I couldn't have chosen one over the others.

Kerri said...

SO Glad you postedt them all. The one with the water drop is AWESOME! I LOVE these guys....I have been seeing them on several blogs. I wonder how hard they are to grow? I haven't seen any of these around here.

Anna said...

Beautiful Medam, spring is in the air for you, and us here we covered with lots of snow, we had one just yesterday, lot of snow shoveling, getting some exercise though. Thanks for sharing these amazing photos. Anna :)

disa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.