That's a wonderful worldless post, Sue. I wonder if I need to comment as it is clear enough.I love this diamonds river, a priceless creation of Nature.Thanks for the information about enlarging pictures, it works ! (When I get pictures clear enough not to watch too much pixels on it.)Thanks again, you've been very helpful, Sue.
OH, that looks freezing!
I sympathize Sue.
COLD -- that's COLD! But, it does make for a pretty picture.Cameron
No words needed with that photo.I don't know if I mentioned it before but I sure like the tubs of pansies on your header;)Marnie
Sue great picture. It does look like diamonds. =) Hope you have a wonderful day.
Love your new header. Pansies always make me smile.Your picture for wordless Wednesday, makes me shiver in memory of what being in snow is like.FlowerLady
I second Flower Lady, that was my comment. Love the pansies. Looks cold there!
Beautiful picture, Sue.I like your count down to Spring.Prayers, Bo
The photo is very eloquent, and full of interest when enlarged. Is that a geranium? And a windfall apple under the crust of frost?
Thanks for the comments. I was tired of the snow pic in my header, so I found the pansies from last year. I figured they would be the first kind of flowers I can plant this spring.Catherine, I'm glad you were able to enlarge your pics using my instructions. I have found some of my pics to be grainy when I do that. Under the icy snow are weeds and larkspur seedlings. I learned that the seedlings from summer can live over the winter, it looks like.I have had lots going on the last few days, and am behind in my blog reading. If I haven't visited you lately, I hope to in the next couple days.
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