Sunday, 10 April 2011

Spring Is Here

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Snowdrops or Galanthus (Greek gála "milk",  ánthos "flower")

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Linking to Shadow Shot Sunday/Hey Harriet

 

9 comments:

  1. You are a month behind us. Soon be Bluebell time here.

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  2. That is sooooooooooo pretty!!!


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  3. Lovely shot...full of life! Could be on a greeting card! Happy Spring! :)

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  4. the first snow drops i saw were on Meda's Colored garden last week, i love these and the photos are wonderful

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  5. YAY! I saw some Galanthus a couple of days ago too! Finally we are BOTH seeing spring. :))

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  6. I have seen some lovely shots of snowdrops this year, but yours are by far the most beautiful. The way the blooms form makes them appear to be bowing their pretty little heads in honor of the photographer.

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  7. Spring has sprung with big petals of snow!! Whod'a thought?? I guessed what they were before I even saw your answer. Now on to spring and all the glorious things you post, like butterflies and art shows and the beauty of your country!! Actually, you continued to do that all winter, except for the butterflies!

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  8. Hey, guess what - I saw the first butterflies today... they were just too busy to wait to be photographed... Two Small Tortoiseshell ones, I think.

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  9. Such pretty little snowdrops--a sure sign Spring is here!!! Mickie :)

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