Wordless Wednesday – Snow Capped

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62 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Snow Capped

  1. sandyjwhite says:

    Cool shot in more than one way!

  2. cindy knoke says:

    Looks like a snow bouquet!

  3. Kris P says:

    Stylish now caps indeed!

  4. Anne says:

    What an apt title 🙂

  5. So cute! Are they Echinacea seed heads? The arched branch is a nice touch too.

  6. Pepper says:

    Nice one. 😊

  7. Robin says:

    Snow capped and sugar coated. Beautiful capture of the old and the new. 🙂

  8. Alice says:

    The perfect amount of snow…the ‘cherry’ on top.

  9. shoreacres says:

    The arch suggests a group performing on stage.

  10. maryjane678 says:

    Hi Eliza.
    That is sooo sweet!

  11. Beautiful! A great bouquet for the new year! 😉 Best wishes, Michael

  12. Sweet little snow caps, and I particularly like the how they are framed by the snow arch.

  13. Val Boyko says:

    Simply lovely ❣️

  14. Jane Lurie says:

    So peaceful. Love the arch. Happy new year, Eliza!

  15. They make me think of sno caps, that old-fashioned candy (nonpareils), only puffed up instead of flat. 😉 Beautiful picture!

  16. Jet Eliot says:

    This fun little snow-capped world brought a smile to my face, Eliza.

  17. arlingwoman says:

    It does look like dancers on a stage! Or players or musicians.

  18. I always like to see photos of snow.

  19. Debbie says:

    Aw, it looks like somebody dipped them in powdered sugar!!

  20. So pretty. I like their little “toques” 😊

  21. The back part is kind of like the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

  22. Our spent Bee Balm resembled this yesterday. A lovely winter dressing for a resting garden. Nice, Eliza!

  23. Very cool! The curved branch makes a little awning.

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