On a walk this morning the sun came out very briefly and I saw this as a tiny dot of red on a very brushy hillside. It is so very simple, yet when you think about it, it is an example of a lot that goes on in our natural world.
Yes, the plants and animals too. Winter can be very harsh and yet they can handle it. I love being out in all kinds of weather and I’m well equipped for it. It’s so wonderful to see and feel the seasons at work!
A few years ago, one of my Montana friends got a photo of lilacs covered with this sort of snow. There’s something about the combination of the crystals and color that’s just so appealing. This is a wonderful capture.
I have some photos taken about this time of year several year ago of some pansies decorated with snow. The year-to-year variations are interesting. I love when the snow contrasts with something of nice color.
Thank You liking my newest post. I have no explanation to it why nobody could leave comment. It is a mystery to me.
I am still working by my Mobile broadband modem for my connection. I have been promised to get operational connection to our new home in December on Friday the 14th, 2012. Let’s hope that they keep their promise. Happily I made many posts ready for publication, because I expected something like this problem. My Internet connection is giving me more gray hair, gray although they are white grey already.
I was surprised when I saw the little notice at the bottom of your post that read “Comments Closed”. Internet connections can be a cause of consternation. I lost mine a few nights ago for no special reason. Our internet provider does have good technical support and we got it fixed fairly quickly although I never did learn the exact cause of the problem.
That’s a clever sort of arithmetic you’ve figured out there. Now just think about those winter days when your temperature gets down to zero or below: no number of days like that could ever catch you up.