Already in March, they are here – far too soon this year… but so longed for As I walk through the forest, they fill my heart with joy
The Larch trees are coming along nicely, and I love their fresh, tiny green sprouts. European larch morphology features from book: Prof. Dr. Otto Wilhelm Thomé Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, 1885, Gera, Germany. Wikipedia.
The light is returning to the northern hemisphere, but we still have winter – – which means the opportunities are less for us who love photography – or? A great solution to the problem is close-ups or macro photography. Your own home is an endless source of motifs – and maybe a look into new […]Read Post ›
The sun is shining in, and the colours are returning to my home. In the header a Tradescantia, or Wandering Jew, and here a Hatiora Salicornioides (Both from Brazil). The English name is said to be bottle plant, drunkard’s dream!
Another frosty morning with crisp air, flower pods, maple and oak leaves. It is snowing today, so maybe next time – even more of whiteness.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything that is Hot and / or Cold
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Close Up or Macro My garden is a joy even in winter. The common spindle leaves tiny capsules for the frost to bite
As we are approaching winter, the birds are partying on the last fruits and berries in our garden. Late blackberries that never got the chance to ripen, and rose hip in their glory.
The days just fly…and it is Monday again. In Sweden the first snow has arrived, and further north it is staying white. My photos this week are from my garden last week – when we had some magical, glittering mornings. Asters unfurling in the warming sun Until reaching their full splendour