Grape hyacinth in the snow, when it got down to 12 degrees I thought I had lost them but they are back standing up and looking fine now. We have 2 weeks of warmer weather and no freezes, however, this is Colorado, we usually don’t plant anything tender out until after May 10th!
When I saw how the pie-pieces of the image fit together in this image from the Blossoms of Light display at DBG – it looked like there were candles on the ends of the star that formed in the middle. The curve beyond the center is the edge of Denver Botanic Gardens conservatory building barely […]
Some Thanksgivings people are out playing golf over the Thanksgiving Holiday in Denver. Not this year, we have lots of snow still on the ground, an overcast sky and the threat of more snow tomorrow. Brrr Cold! Have a Good Day where ever you are!
Before the snow yesterday, actually had a fall crocus blooming. However, we got 12 inches of snow and it’s bitter cold – so no more flowers! Now the long wait for spring, except for indoor flowers and decorations – there is always something to take a picture of.
Was going thru a box of old pictures and thought I could post an old mandala that I really liked. Original picture was of shadows on a short stairway taken one time when we were down in Sedona, AZ. Making it into a kaleidoscope was just the ticket to make this image pop. Someone at […]