Just another winter day

Just another winter day… never.  There is always something going on in the landscape; it’s just making the time in our busy lives and having the mindset to find those special moments.  A few remaining leaves on Hydrangea quercifolia, or oakleaf hydrangea, holding some half-frozen snow caught my eye.  Usually these leaves have completely fallen by now.  But these gems of texture and color held on so I was compelled to photograph them.

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2 thoughts on “Just another winter day

  1. Cadmium and Emerald colors dance across this lovely bumpy texture and shape of the oak leaf hydrangea. The texture is familiar: similar to mature romaine lettuce; homo-sapiens skin under a telescope; or the skin of an avacado. Nature imitates itself in so many ways.
    By the way, this image did not download in my email, but when I pulled up the Leave a Reply Page, it was revealed. Other images have been coming through.
    Truly inspiring image!

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