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Winter in the Gardens at Valley View - Winter Photo Contest

comments (0) January 23rd, 2013 in gallery
bonniep53 bonniep53, member
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Skeletal remains of the Pee Gee Hydranga
Neutral Shades, Lace Leaf Maple
Pampas Grass with Cotton Snow
Icicle on an ice droplet on our garden Larch
Emerge to come forth into view
Skeletal remains of the Pee Gee Hydranga Click the image to enlarge.

Skeletal remains of the Pee Gee Hydranga


The garden is finally at rest.  Perennials have returned to the earth.  The rainbow of color that was once the garden is no longer prominent.  Neutral shades are here for rthe season.  Beauty morphed.  A northeast Pennsylvania garden in winter.


More Information: My website - The Iris and the Lily

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