Saturday, February 22, 2014

February 23, 2014 Song-ography

Hazy Shades of Winter by The Bangles

...Seasons change with the scenery
Weaving time in a tapestry...
...Look around,
Leaves are brown,
There's a patch of snow on the ground.
Looking forward to the change from nature's sepia tones to full-blown color!

14 comments:

  1. Very pretty photo. The hydrangea blooms look lovely even in their wintery tones.

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  2. it always amazes me how beautiful hydrangeas even during the long cold winter...beautiful!

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  3. Beautiful shot of those dry hydrangeas. I have some in the yard too and I love them even with snow on them.

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  4. The sepia may be monochrome but this photo is lush and beautiful! Thank you for your kind words about my daughter's wedding. We plan to enjoy every minute of this next week!!!

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  5. Gorgeous! These are so pretty - I love finding these around in the winter!

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  6. We got a little taste of spring this weekend. The hydrangeas are beautiful!

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  7. I love your natural sepia toned image!
    However, I too look forward to color.

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  8. Love the description of living in a sepia toned world. So true! Hadn't thought of it that way. Bring on the color tho! Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

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  9. Oh yes, me too! Can't wait to see the hydrangea in color!

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  10. When I look around, I already see snowdrops, crocuses in different colors, winter agonites, even the first tupils are short prior flourishing...
    ...so pack your bag and travel to Germany! Leave your US winter behind you and enjoy springlike temperatures and spring flowers...
    Shall I attach some sunshine for you? ;-)
    Regards from Germany, Uwe.

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    1. Oh how I'd love to pack my bags and hop on a plane to Germany right now! It's on my bucket list and you just made it even more tempting with the lure of sunshine and flowers :)

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