Sunrise on the Frosty Tufts of Miscanthus sinensis
As a winter snow storm swirls about outside, my thoughts drift back to yesterday’s frosty morning, and the glistening, pink-gold sunrise. If today she reveals her wild fury, I am reminded that this tempestuous season more often shows us her beauty…
Morning Light on Humulus lupulus (Golden Hops Vine) with Frost Crystals
Silhouetted Branches of Viburnum x burkwoodii ‘Mohawk’ at Sunrise
Frost Crystals on Rudbeckia hirta, Gleam and Glisten in the Golden Sunlight
Gilded Korean Dogwood Branches (Cornus kousa) and Luminous Viburnum x burkwoodii ‘Mohawk’ at the South-Eastern Edge of My Winter Garden
Silver-Tipped Twigs Strung Along a Chilly Cable-Rail (Humulus lupulus)
These Star-Dusted, Feathery Plumes Seem Fit for the Most Glamorous of Shoulders (Miscanthus sinensis purpurascens)
The Beautiful, Crystal-Flecked Tea Viburnum Berries Remind Me of Shoulder-Grazing, Ruby Chandeliers
In this Moment, Could January be Upstaged by June?
Perfect Prisms – The Delightful Geometry of Frost Crystals in Pink-Gold Sunlight
At the Edge of the Garden, Saplings Form a Crystal Curtain
The Frosty Red-Twigs of this Japanese Maple Glow Brightly Against the Native Hemlock Forest
The Stillness of a Frosty Morning and a Perfect Winter Sunrise
Article and photos are â“’ Michaela at TGE
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