Wordless Wednesday


About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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65 Responses to Wordless Wednesday

  1. maureenc says:

    Isn’t Nature AMAZING! The way she perseveres in extreme conditions.

  2. So beautiful. Eliza, what’s the name of this flower? ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. jenanita01 says:

    Loving the close up of the snowdrop… absolutely stunning!

  4. Lovely photo. We are having a week of rain, but I’m not complaining because it is melting the snow a little at a time so I can see patches of brown ground. Yeah.

  5. Val Boyko says:

    Beautifu capture … and its melting ๐Ÿฅ

  6. Murtagh's Meadow says:


  7. Rita Pichette says:

    Beautiful shots…….and aren’t these little things a lesson to us all?

  8. Robin says:

    The first image is so beautiful it made me gasp (breathtaking!). Glad to see spring is finally thawing things out for you. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. dorannrule says:

    There is joy in warming up a little!

  10. Kathy Sturr says:

    Spring has sprung! Yay for you Eliza. I have snowdrops at home I will probably miss out on but it is my dream to arrive home and immediately go to work on the garden and I think that will come true!

  11. Laurie Graves says:

    Oh, my! So very, very lovely.

  12. I never tire of seeing water droplets on foliage!

  13. These pictures are both stunning – but that first one is one of my most favorite pictures I’ve ever seen on your blog (and you’ve had a lot of fantastic pictures!).

  14. albert says:

    Assertive strength, humble beauty, sweet reconciliation–and so much more in those pictures. But right now I’m smiling at the childlike flowers looking down at the snow, as if to say, “I told you so!”

  15. MK says:

    once again, the very definition of optimism. I like looking at it.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Micheal. They really are. When these little cuties come up, I am so relieved, because it signals that spring has come and winter is behind us!

  16. ladygrace33 says:

    Oh wow, stunning ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. Jewels says:

    Omygosh this is so lovely Eliza! โค

  18. Kris P says:

    Beautiful! But I’m sorry to see your snow blanket is still rather thick.

  19. Brian Skeys says:

    That is a fantastic picture.

  20. Lovely. Let’s hope the promised spring is just around the corner๐Ÿ˜

  21. Widdershins says:

    H2O at its finest. ๐Ÿ™‚

  22. srickman2014 says:

    The only good thing about snow this time of year is how beautiful it makes a photo of snowdrops! Lovely photos Eliza!

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Stephanie! I’ve posted photos of them on bare ground, but I must admit they are much more compelling emerging from the snow. Tenacity with a capital T!

  23. spanishwoods says:

    Absolutely stunning.

  24. Christy B says:

    I love the way the water droplets are about to fall from the plant! Great capture, Eliza

  25. ladyfi says:

    Wow – that first shot is stunning!

  26. Definitely a spring photo! Unfortunately we are supposed to see snow in the morning. Just when the wildflowers are coming

  27. The light in the water droplets and shining on the snowdrop’s petals, so alive! Lovely capture Eliza, and a perfect reflection of your joy in spring โค โค โค

  28. Lovely, Eliza! I, too, have been more focused on photography than on writing lately!!

  29. Jet Eliot says:

    The snowdrop is so in its element, and how curious that a plant can be comfortable in snow. Your photos capture this spirit well, Eliza.

  30. I am catching up on my reading Eliza and thought I had scrolled back to February. I do hope things warm up and dry up for you soon.

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Dorris. Yes, we are months behind you. Our winter is terribly long!
      Good news is, the week has been warm and the snow is retreating quickly!

  31. Cathy says:

    Just a perfect picture – they are really arriving with you now, aren’t they? Enjoy!

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