Sunday, 11 January 2009

Today's Flowers,





 
 
 
 
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Believe me all these plants are real! I am afraid there is not a single flower in my icy garden.

TODAY'S FLOWERS was created
by LUIZ SANTILLI JR
Now it's managed by SANTILLI and DENISE BC Thank you, Luiz and Denise!To see more flowers click on the logo in the side bar

28 comments:

Raph G. Neckmann said...

These look like 3-dimensional embroidery! How amazing.

I like the photos of the water birds too.

Here the snowdrops are gradually emerging out of the front lawn and I'm waiting to see their first flowers!

Carol said...

Oh Wil...........how beautiful!!
Isn't nature the best artist ever??

Arija said...

Ah, but then as in every good fairy tale, the Ice Queen creates her own flowers, and in your garden she has left some beauties.

Dirk said...

Mooi om zo te zien. Bij ons was het prachtig zaterdag, maar geen tijd om foto's te nemen :-(.
De cc foto's vind ik de eerste schitterend geslaagd!!

ViennaDaily said...

It ain't easy for us to find flowers nowadays...except of course from the shops! :D Beautitul frost! Enjoy your week!

Brenda said...

I have a feeling our weather will be like that in a couple of months. Pretty pictures though!

Old Lady Lincoln said...

What lovely photos. They look sugar glazed. I try not to think about how cold it must have been to cause the frosting. Hope you're have a great week-end.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Our flowers are gone for the year and since nothing survives over winter we won't have anything to look at until March and April.

RuneE said...

There is something special about frosty flowers and leaves. They are one of the most fascinating subjects I have found recently - as you also have done. Have fun with them while you can!

Mamapippa said...

't Is niet gemakkelijk om in deze tijd van het jaar een bloem in de tuin te vinden. Ik lig al stiekem te hopen op een prachtige lente...
Groetjes !

Patricija said...

wow...what a beautiful icy flowers

hug, p

Gill - That British Woman said...

they are beautiful such detail...........

Gill in Canada

Norm said...

absolutely beautiful..

Darla said...

The ice is so neat on the plants.

Skies said...

Wil, we just have different flowers here, mine isn't that frozen...hehehe...zelfs als zij bevroren zijn, nog zijn zij mooi om te zien... (even if they are frozen, yet they are beautiful to see).

Barbara said...

I just love the ice crystals on these plants. Very enjoyable shots. Smiles B

Jeanette said...

Gday Wil, Your Photo's og the ice laden plants are beautiful. Mother nature at its best...

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Oh! My friend Wil

Wonderful could flowers!!
Thanks for sharing!

Luiz

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

They look cold alright! They look like candy crusted and very sweet and tasty! Hehehe....
So pretty!!
We won't see flowers here for at LEAST 3 more months!
~Michele~
(Hug)

Day4plus said...

Ooooo, I love frosty fringes. Good eye. MB

Amanda said...

great frosty shots they look like crystals.

Napaboaniya said...

Pretty even when it's covered in snow :)

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Beautiful pics of the frost covered plants.

Paz said...

Looks so precious decorated with the snow.

Paz

Skies said...

Hi, am sorry, there was something wrong on the settings on comments section of my Soul Pacifier blog. But all have now been published. Bedankt en Groetjes!!!

antigoni said...

I had a computer problem for a week and i couldn't make a comment.
I really enjoyed your present. I made a post for it among others.

Abraham Lincoln said...

Was here earlier before I joined the group. So am back again with the same sentiments.

Abraham Lincoln's Blog

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