Friday, May 7, 2010

The Day After

The huge amount of snow we got yesterday is quickly disappearing. Water everywhere. This was taken this morning when the sun was shining through one of my rose bushes. If you blow this up you can see some sparkly drops of water. Diane

6 comments:

The French Bear said...

The fact that it melted quickly was what made it easier to take!! Snow in May!! I know we needed the moisture but oh it was cold!!!
I love how everything is coming up green now!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

As much as we don't want snow right now,this is really very beautiful.Great eye,Diane.
Blessings,Ruth

Laurie said...

Oh the poor bush, the green and the ice! It's a beautiful picture Diane, so clear and like it's 3 dimensional.

mudderbear said...

I did enlarge this photo and you CAN see drops of water. How cool is that!!!!! Don't you just love snows in Spring?!!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Yowza! You really did get snow. I must say, it does look beautiful. Love Ed's way of gardening. That wagon wheel fence is fabulous. And the rock story is familiar. Last summer, I took a road trip to NC with my aunt, the boys and another aunt and uncle followed us there. My Uncle Danny collected so many rocks from the hills next to his sister's house there and then hauled them back to Ohio for his garden. Ha! We thought that was pretty funny. He did run out of gas on the way home -- do you think it was because of the extra load? :) Stay warm and have a wonderful weekend. Blessings, Tammy

Pondside said...

That photo was magical when blown up - you're good!