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Monday, March 4, 2013

Skeletons of Winter



While signs of spring are popping up all around, the leftover skeletons of fall and winter are still very prominent anywhere you go. These beaten up remains of a wild carrot plant are still standing, despite the rains and winds of winter. Soon the field it is in will be overtaken with new growth.

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14 comments:

Lynne said...

This is Beautiful. Your lucky to have spring start already. I have 8 inches of snow coming tomorrow. But they say spring is on it's way. :) Have a great week. Lynne

Evelyn S. said...

Aren't wild carrots fascinating plants? I love seeing them in all stages.

ClickNCamera said...

Great capture! I'm looking forward to the new "finds" this Spring...Love the change of seasons. Enjoy your day!

Lotta said...

Beautiful!!!!
Have a nice week.
Lotta

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

They're very pretty. I've always found seeds and pods very interesting.

Jesh St Germain said...

Even though it's a skeleton - a flower in any state is beautiful:)

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely.

Jan n Jer said...

Great shot n I love the title!

Hanne said...

That's wonderful part about spring... New life! :)

TheChieftess said...

Wish we were seeing more signs of spring...I'm getting tired of snow, snow and more snow!!!

Cyndi Calhoun said...

What a great title: Skeletons of winter. Beautiful composition. I love your eye for amazing shots! Tweeted this.

Emily S said...

I can't wait! No signs of Spring here yet!

edenhills said...

Beautiful shot!

Susanne Svalefelt said...

Oh my goodness, it looks so dreary and winterish!! I can't wait for spring either. We do have some signs of spring, but we may get several snow storms yet.