New York: one woman, one garden, twelve seasons.
wonderful clouds, nice contrast with the terracotta.It has sprung.
Nature constantly amazes me! I still have 2' of snow on my beds. There are dead beige/brown stalks and seedheads above the snow that I left for the birds.. although I must confess I was lazy and left stuff I should have cut down as well. In another 6-ish weeks there will be signs of life and I will be able to get out and play in the dirt a little... Spring comes late here but it happens amazingly FAST.
Hey Frank - indeed!Hope you're feeling better, Julie...Val, wow. And I'm lucky that this terrace faces east and is protected. Much warmer.
I like that shot. Maxed the size up to see the city scape.It is hard to believe things'll green up again, but of course they will.
The photo looks almost 3-D. You and I are both pushing the season, but I do think we are getting ready to warm up for good. Sure, one more light snowfall, but not a hard, HARD freeze. Started cleaning out the beds today. Hooray!
I can't wait for green to come again!
SUCH a beautiful pic. Portentous and brooding. Lovely. (It almost, ALMOST, had me pining for winter ;-)