Wordless Wednesday – Winter Grass

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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53 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Winter Grass

  1. Your usual excellent composition

  2. Anne says:

    Along with the snow and that dry grass I see green leaves!

  3. Cathy says:

    I always find it so sad when the grasses get crushed by snow and rain. But they will be sprouting new shoots before we know it!

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  5. pbmgarden says:

    Lovely photo with a hint of promise.

  6. Eliza, your gift of capturing the simple, seemingly mundane, and showing its beauty is so appreciated. We do have a beautiful planet, despite all attempts to undo it. You remind us of this with your pictures. Thank you. ❤️

  7. Dale says:

    Simple and beautiful!

  8. Alice says:

    Snow decoration…for some reason I want to try and braid it.

  9. shoreacres says:

    The ice is a subtle, but pleasing addition — at least for my eyes. The plants’ opinion may differ.

  10. I always enjoy seeing winter snow photos.

  11. utahan15 says:

    grass brown dried dead
    time to grow
    day getting slowly longer

  12. I really like the way dried grass looks against the snow.

  13. Very nice! Enjoyed seeing your image!

  14. Su says:

    Love the golden colors – a promise of warmth to come.

  15. John says:

    The first thing I thought of when seeing the photo was String Beans. Call me weird! 😂 Let the spring come forth. 🌞

  16. Lovely hues of brown against the icy snow 🙂

  17. sandyjwhite says:

    Winter grass is quite pretty. Adds some much needed color to the winter landscape.

  18. Kris P says:

    You find beauty in everything, Eliza! Thanks for sharing it.

  19. Robin says:

    Lovely capture, Eliza. 🙂

  20. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Lovely pattern

  21. Debbie says:

    It kinda looks like I feel today –bedraggled, ha!!

  22. I like the delicacy of the grass against the snowy background.

  23. A touch of winter white, autumn brown and spring green — lovely!

  24. Widdershins says:

    Migzigis the Witch couldn’t understand why her broom wouldn’t take off until she glanced down. 😀

  25. Adele Brand says:

    There is something very stoic about grasses. Even in the harshest season, they still manage to put in something of a show. And of course they’ll be green again before long 🙂

    • Eliza Waters says:

      They offer great beauty in the winter, the golds and browns catching the low light. We still have to wait a few more months…at least until April. We usually see snowdrops at the end of March. It’ll be here soon!

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