Tuesday, March 12, 2013

3/13 Outdoor Wednesday # 218

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I wanted snow this year but it looks like we aren’t going to get any. I went out in search of flowers last week. I found some “snow” flowers!! I have to admit that these snow flower pictures almost make up for not having snow!

GLORY OF SNOW

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SNOW CROCUS

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SNOW DROP

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23 comments:

  1. The crocuses are really showing off their colors! I wish more rain for us for the wild flowers!

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  2. I saw some lupines & poppies in the desert today. Next week everything should really be in bloom because this weekend we are hitting upwards of 90F.

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  3. Beautiful colours! We still have snow, I'd rather have flowers.

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  4. The blues and crocus and snowdrops are my favorites from the temperate countries in spring. At least I've seen them in person once!

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  5. It's easier to find great photos since the weather is so beautiful. Thanks for the party!

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  6. Yay, such pretty spring flowers, I love this time of year and all the colors of the flowers and plants...great shots.....cheers.

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  7. The crocuses have such gorgeous tint. I love the name 'snow drop' - charming.

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  8. Very beautiful flowers. I'll take them over snow any day!

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  9. Beautiful! I wish we can grow them here on my side of the world.

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  10. Snow flowers? Real snow? Which is better? I can't speak for everyone but most folks in the Chicagoland area can hardly wait till Spring is here and we actually see flowers that look like what you posted above. Beautiful purple blooms, Susan.
    JM Illinois

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  11. I love crocus, there is something about that happy yellow center! and of course the promise that spring is on its way.

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  12. Beautiful flower shots!
    Thanks for hosting.

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  13. Spring is on the way and I'm so
    excited.. and happy to enter your
    party once again...
    thanks for hosting
    Sandy

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  14. Love the early spring flowers, we still have snow in Vermont! Thanks for hosting and for sharing some signs of spring!

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  15. I would gladly exchange some of our snow for some of your flowers.

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  16. you are right the snow flowers are gorgeous this year.
    hugs, Cherry

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  17. The floral images are gorgeous! I'd say that definitely makes up for no snow!

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  18. Your pictures are beautiful. This is my first time to participate in Outdoor Wednesday...thank you for hosting.

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  19. Beautiful pictures! I'm ready for spring.

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  20. Love your gorgeous photos! Thanks for hosting!

    Jody

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  21. Such lovely flowers, so worth it to go outside and enjoy these beauties!

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