Wednesday, March 27, 2013

WW: Purple Cabbage Flower in Snow

Cabbage Flower In Snow


"Then come the wild weather, come sleet or come snow, we will stand by each other, however it blow."
- Simon Dach


I don't think the spring flowers were expecting snow this week. I know I wasn't.

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38 comments :

  1. That's lovely in the snow. Have a great day!

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  2. I think the purple cabbage sneaking out of snow are great. Like Christina says, brave!

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  3. Wow, it's surviving nicely too!

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  4. I always look forward to your WW photos. Thanks for stopping by the Ms Mystery Case blog. Hope you are having an amazing week. x

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  5. I am so happy that the flower survived. I agree with Tina. Brave flower.

    Sophia
    twentyfiveseasons.com

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  6. Beautiful macro of a gorgeous flower ~ gem of nature ~ Enjoy ^_^

    Thanks for coming by and commenting.

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  7. What a beautiful flower--love the snowy 'lace'. Thanks for hosting!

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  8. So-o-o beautiful! Thanks for hosting.

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  9. The frozen begonia(?) is gorgeous, but I imagine it will brown and wilt after the thaw :( hope I'm wrong and they are hardy even when iced over :)

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  10. Wonderful find. Do they normally grow in winter?

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  11. We had similar photos on our post two days ago, only the snow was on the daffodils. Your photo is much prettier. Hope this is the end of all this crazy weather stuff. Purrs and hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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  12. I love how they still manage to come up; even when the weather doesn't cooperate.

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  13. Wow, I posted pictures of flowers in snow and ice too! I think we've posted similar things before! Great minds.......

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  14. Love how its frozen yet still so vibrant. So awesome.

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  15. it is so beautiful!!!!

    Thank you for hosting a WW w/linky, I have mine up as well if you’d like to visit
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  16. Frozen yet so beautiful!! Love it!

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  17. Isn't this weather just wild? It snowed here Monday and Tuesday. I thought it was spring, but Old Man Winter is hanging on tight. Great photo!

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  18. That's gorgeous!

    Happy WW. ☺

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  19. Stupid snow! I am worried it's going to ruin our flowers here.

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  20. That is a lovely shot!! Don't you wish you can freeze the flower in time and keep it like this.

    Have a great day. And hope you come and share it via our hop: http://www.craftyspices.com/hops/wwhop

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  21. Wow, that's really beautiful! Who would have thought? I love it. Thanks for linking up!

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  22. I've seen that happen before. It not too good for the plant, but makes for a great picture.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/03/wordless-wednesday-photo-retake.html

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  23. What a perfect name for this flower! Though I could do without the snow, it sure does look pretty :)

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  24. The weather's so confusing even the flowers don't know what to think. ;)

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  25. That looks so pretty and delicate! Lovely photo...

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  26. Great picture, it is ironic to see snow on flowers.

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  27. Stunning! I love the way snow looks on new plants.

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  28. Beautiful flower, I hope the snow hasn't damaged it? no flowers here yet,what few had arrived have gone with the snow ...

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  29. Pretty but a little sad as well.
    Thanks for linking up for WW :)

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  30. I didn't realize purple cabbage was alive in such cold weather until I saw some yesterday. It's gorgeous!

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  31. Oh, I'm so late on this, but what a beautiful picture!

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  32. Who knew cabbage could look so pretty? Very lovely shot!

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