Silent Sunday – New Snow

Mountain Laurel (Kalmia latifolia)

About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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92 Responses to Silent Sunday – New Snow

  1. sandyjwhite says:

    Looks so soft and fluffy!

  2. Anne says:

    This image is pretty in terms of shape and colour.

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  4. Dee Min says:

    Simply gorgeous Eliza. You have a way with the camera

  5. New snow is so pretty! Lovely shot, Eliza!

  6. shoreacres says:

    Your mountain laurel is so different from ours, I never would have guessed the plant. The colors are an interesting variation on holiday red and green.

  7. ke01341 says:

    the contrast is stunning

  8. Tina says:

    So pretty. I love the powdery snow, laden gently along those leaves. Lovely capture, Eliza!

  9. Pepper says:

    Beautiful, Eliza. 😊

  10. maryjane678 says:

    Quite beautiful. But sorry to hear you have new snow. We’re down to freezing at night here in France but we have sunny days in forecast – and no snow!
    MJ

  11. A lovely contrast of colours Eliza.

  12. Alice says:

    Looks like an outdoor boutonnière…..I’m imagining the beautiful flowers.

  13. Always so pretty after a new snow, especially when there is red against white.

  14. Pretty, glad it was a light snow for you!

  15. LightWriters says:

    Lovely shot! Hoping the snow ends here in a couple weeks. It was a long ❄️ snowy cold winter ❄️ Ready for Springtime🙌🏻🌱🪴

  16. Dale says:

    This is just lovely, Eliza.

  17. Tranature - quiet moments in nature says:

    A beautiful capture of the fresh snow Eliza 💛

  18. Maria says:

    New fresh snow 🙂 Beautiful and clean. Great photo Eliza!

  19. Kris P says:

    Pretty photo but I hope the snow doesn’t overstay its welcome!

  20. Debbie says:

    My gracious, Eliza, this looks like fur!! I hope it sticks around if you like snow … or melts fast if you’re as tired of it as I am!!

  21. bittster says:

    Things were melting here today, even though it barely rose above freezing. The sun knows March is coming 😉

  22. Cathy says:

    Simply superb! And, as always, drawn by your header!

  23. I don’t expect to see that much red in conjunction with snow.

  24. arlingwoman says:

    Beautiful shot. I take it you got the latest wintry blast.

  25. Donna Donabella says:

    A perfect winter scene of red and white!

  26. nshami14 says:

    So lovely. There’s magic there.

  27. Jane Lurie says:

    Looks so enticing, Eliza. I want to grab a spoonful. 😋

  28. Brian Skeys says:

    The seed heads, if that’s what they are, look beautiful against the snow.

  29. Nice! I’ve been looking at the remaining dried flower heads of our sedums and thinking of just this sort of shot. But I didn’t make one so have to enjoy yours and wish I had done mine. It’s a beautiful shot, Eliza. 🙂

  30. Dalo 2013 says:

    Beautiful photo, Eliza. A new snow on a garden is an opportunity to view beauty, and you created some magic with this one.

  31. jmankowsky says:

    Laurel is one of my fave plants.It looks beautiful in four seasons!

  32. naturebackin says:

    So artful – done by nature and then captured by you and your camera!

  33. Nice find and capture! We had Mountain Laurel on our property in South Jersey and I actually grew up in a town called Mount Laurel.

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