November 22, 2008

Tasting snow....

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Although Autumn was surprisingly warm and long, first snow just hit Poland - entire country! Some regions are - like always - paralysed!
Phew! Entire Europe is covered with snow this morning, as I know - maybe with exception of Southern parts... Hello friends in Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Turkey! How is your garden this morning!?

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This is always like this - first snow has to come first in November, then it may appear for the second time in January, or even in February! What will happen this year?

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Georgeous symmetrical, well-rounded hebe - looks same beautiful whether it is summer or winter :)

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Fish - where is all 127 fish gone?

10 comments:

Zoë said...

Avoid the Yellow Snow!

Patrick said...

Your garden is pretty in the snow. We also got a bit of snow here in Amsterdam.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Whoo Hoo... I love first snows and yours is beautiful dusting over your lush garden.

vicki archer said...

How lovely everything looks under snow. xv

Webradio said...

Ah, the snow is very pretty on the flowers or water...

Have a good day !

Annie in Austin said...

The snow on the roses looks beautiful and dramatic, Ewa. It also makes me think of Christmas songs like 'Lo a rose e'er blooming' or Elvis singing about how his Mamma always loved the roses.

Hope the fish are hiding & safe!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Roses and stuff said...

Your garden looks very nice, covered in snow. That was a quick change, wasn't it? We only have a little snow here on the west coast of Sweden, but maybe it's coming this way...
Katarina

chaiselongue said...

Your garden looks very pretty. We very rarely have snow here in the Languedoc - last year it snowed once for half an hour and then melted! I like seeing pictures of it but I'm glad we don't have it here - too cold for me.

Kathryn/plantwhateverbringsyoujoy.com said...

Hi, Ewa, I think your pond looks particularly pretty in the snow. What happened to your fish?? Are you saying they are hiding, or...???

Gail said...

Ewa, So beautiful. I love the first snow and then I am ready for it to be gone! Our city gets paralyzed, too!
Schools get called off, the grocery stores run out of milk and bread...people act like it's a blizzard. Too funny! Gail

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