Tuesday, March 8, 2011

A Different Kind of Snow

While many parts of the country are already enjoying warm weather
and flowers, we're having our first signs of spring and each one is a thrill. 
I'm not sure I've ever enjoyed each and every bloom as much
as this year.

My first snowdrops are precious indeed ~ not just because they
are some of the first brave blooms, but because they are not snow.

Many parts of the country are still experiencing snow, so I
especially want to share these with you to give you hope that
a different kind of snow is just around the corner.

Linking with
Faded Charm for White Wednesday
A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday


Victorian1885 said...

Oh I dream of Spring flowers..we still have at least three feet of snow. Enjoy!

Boho Farm and Home said...

Oh I love snowdrops...we don't get them here. Simply beautiful! xo Caroline

Donnie said...

They are so pretty.

LindyLouMac said...

I miss Snowdrops as we do not have any where we live now in Italy, so really appreciated these beautiful photos.

Light and Voices said...

Snowdrops are blooming here yet; but we do have bulbs peeking through the soil.
Joyce M

Sylvia said...

Snowdrops are such delicate flowers ..I love them and they have always reminded me of Hans Christian Andersen 's story of the Snowdrop ...
Thank you for these charming photos ..and thank you for visiting my blog and writing a king comment!
Best regards

Designs on 47th Street said...

So sweet. It gives us hope, doesn't it? I have never planted snowdrops..not sure why. They are precious.

La said...

Sweet snowdrops, but I hear it is going to snow tonight. The good thing about late snowfall is it melts quickly.

Jodie said...

Thank you for sharing, so beautiful and delicate! I can't wait for Spring weather!

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Warm Wishes,


Bella said...

Lovely shots of the snowdrops! I look forward to mine each year... the first sign of spring!!

Anonymous said...

Oh, do we need this! Our daffys are peeking out of the ground...but only the tips....*sigh*
Hugs, Diane

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