Sunday, 3 February 2008

Snowdrops



I haven't posted for over a week. Its not that I've been particularly busy but a combination of the end of the tax year and a lot of coursework assignments has meant that my husband and the boys have all had greater claims to the computer. Hopefully things will now calm down a bit and I will catch up with a bit of blog reading and posting.


I took these photographs this afternoon while out for a walk, I love snowdrops but the ones in my garden have been henpecked!

Continuing on a white theme I took some photos of some tree bark and some silver birch logs.



6 comments:

Heather L. said...

Oh your snowdrops are so beautiful!!! What a sign of Spring. no such sign here.

I made your Anglesey Eggs last week and they were really nice! Thanks.

Learning to Step Lightly said...

I've just tagged you for a meme

barefoot gardener said...

You've got snowdrops, I've got snow dropping. Wanna trade?

the flour loft said...

Beautiful snowdrops.. they always remind me of my mother as they are her favourite flowers.
We have a few clumps in the garden but thankfully no hungry hens eating them.. what a shame.. but a small price to pay for the bounty of eggs they give you.
ginny
x

willow said...

Heather,
I'm glad you liked the recipe - I think its good comfort food for this time of year.

learning to step lightly,
Thank you, I am thinking about what posts to choose.

barefoot gardener,
We haven't had any snow at all this year so I'd quite like a little, just enough to make everything look pretty - but if I had to choose between snow or snowdrops I would choose snowdrops!

Ginny,
Yes the eggs do make up for the "hen damage" in the garden and the snowdrops are still there, its just that they are horizontal!

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely photos, I love snowdrops, we're off for our annual snowdrop walk tomorrow!