I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
I've never seen this before. It's pretty though.Happy Friday Sue :)
it looks very beautiful but sorry I don't know what is it.
Spring is definitely coming! I don't know what this is either, but it looks very similar to the flowers of some shrub species we have here from the genus Erica (heaths). Most species have little round rose flowers like these, but a few are white.
What ever it is, it makes photo just beautiful.
Oh, they are Beautiful!! I have no idea what they are.Great shot!!!
I cannot say I've seen them before but they are really sweet. This is a very pretty photo. Very nice contrast.
Your photo proves the value of slowing down to LOOK. Many people would have strolled right by this without seeing it. You're very observant.
You'd think they would be white but they look creamy against the snow...beautiful and chilly!
Who cares what they are called as long as they make for such a picture?
Ohhhhhhh, I hope I don't offend anyone.... They look good enough to eat!! (I really should go get breakfast now...)
Sue, may I please download this one to use in a color/design project? (Still haven't had brekkie, but...)
beautoful blossoms, whatever they are !!!i intend to step out this weekend to capture some of winter's beauty around my neighborhood.........:)
The juxtaposition of the flowers and snow really is a mind twister.
I wonder if they are Mistletoe berries
How delicate and pretty. Brave of it to poke its head out through the snow too!!!
My thought is mistletoe berries also. I have a picture on my blog under plants. It's hard to tell if they are the same since your's are frozen and mine were taken in milder weather. Sure made a beautiful picture!
These are unusual and quite pretty to see right there in the snow, Sue.
Wish I knew. Well worth enlarging the photo. I'd love some ijn my yard!
Thanks, Sue. The project at this stage is only collecting color arrangements/combinations I like, and analyzing and commenting on them. At the rate I work, I don't know if or when any of these will make into a real piece, but it's a start of a series of color reference notebooks. Thanks for your permission.
Interesting picture. Maybe this is the fruit of something that bloomed in the fall? Thanks for sharing:)
I do't know what they are either, but it must be nice to know that spring is around the corner
Very interesting! I have no idea, either. Great photo of the lake in your previous post, too. Have a wonderful weekend, Sue.Paula
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I've been here but not commenting. I'm getting caught up today. That is an interesting contrast seen in your photo. I have no idea what it is. Some mentioned mistletoe. I thought mistletoe grew in trees, at least it does in Florida. I realize they were guessing. I don't even have a guess. LOL
In England, we called these snowberries. But I think we may have just made the name up, I have no idea of it's real name.
But it's definitely NOT mistletoe.
Those are lovely and this is a great shot you took!
I have no idea what they are. Looks like a cluster of pearls though. Great capture and proves it pays to keep your eyes open.
We did a little digging and found snowberries (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowberry), from the honeysuckle family. Pretty shot.
Bonjour,Beautiful shots on your blog ..Bravo!
This is a beautiful evocative image! The berries of the snowberry bush are either white (in the wild I've seen only white ones) or light to very dark pink (in gardens here in Vienna). As children we liked to pop them, even though we were always warned that they were poisonous.
Nature amazes me.
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