Like Alice,  we were wandering about, all happily fall-ish and then Wham! Down the snowy rabbit hole of winter.

Last year, I found milkweed to be endlessly fascinating and could NOT get enough milkweed shots. This year, apparently the meh cultivar dominated because I was SO over my milkweed phase.

Until this snow. Yup. I’m crushing on milkweed again.

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Comments
  1. Marjorie says:

    So gorgeous and poignant at the same time when their voice is ever so much of the life cycle. You’ve rendered me speechless. Except to say…….Publishing material, Patricia!

    • I was thinking about that as I looked at my pictures–the ever-so-humble milkweed saves its most beautiful moments for the end.
      Thanks, Marjorie. I’d like it if we could brainstorm about this some day–like at the “Daily Buzz?”
      Or…Daily Grind? We know what we mean, right?

  2. Jeanne says:

    From giant bridge girders to a lowly milkweed, your versatility is wonderful to behold.

  3. Barbara says:

    Lovely. There is so much grace in the way new snow garlands the winter landscape. You’ve captured it.

  4. Gallery-worthy (in combination, of course, with all the grittier stuff). And, I’ll second the suggestion to publish.

  5. Pat says:

    I, too, can’t get enough milkweed shots. I hope I get over it before my hard drive crashes. 🙂 Great photo.

  6. sedge808 says:

    Congratulations
    I have nominated your blog for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award.
    More about this nomination is at
    http://sedge808.wordpress.com/2013/12/13/very-inspiring-blogger-award-thank-you-dear-kitty/

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