Master Gardener learning what I can do to help mitigate the biodiversity crisis.
Turns out its quite a bit.
Oh dear. I'd frown too if I was covered in snow.
I'll snap a shot of her in glorious sunny, warm weather and we can see if her expression appears different.
Wearing a cap of snow!Have a wonderful day!LeaLea's Menagerie
Thanks for stopping by Lea. I checked out your blog and you have lots blooming already. Lucky you!
Beautiful! I love how the statue is peeking though as if in defiance of the snow...and perhaps asking spring to come sooner rather than later. :) Lovely! Thanks for linking up at my blog (pictimilitude) and I've tweeted this with the hashtag #wordlesswednesday. :)
I hope she has her wish. I do not mind winter, but I am very eager to see my bulbs bloom this spring in my new garden.
What a great combination!
The permanence of stone and fleetingness of snow. The next time I feature the Shady Lady I hope that she will be covered in moss.
This photograph has a story going on .... contrast of solid and melting.....nice idea.JM Illinois
Thanks for visit and comment JM.
I don't think she likes the snow very much!
Come back this summer and see her in warm weather once I decide where to place her.
Looking very cold in your part of the world. Great photo.
Thanks for visiting Tamara. Yes definitely much colder than NZ!
Nice post!I am looking forward to spring now!
Thanks Hans, you have amazing shots on your photoblog!
she's looking a bit cranky... perhaps it is the snow beard?
She is looking a little put off isn't she? Hopefully the warmer weather will sheer her up as spring approaches.
A snowy hat to keep him warm... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #71!
Thanks for hosting Madge.