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Is that a flower dying back in winter?
yes they bloomed very late this year, they’re usually long gone by now
Beautiful frosty shot
Thank you so much
A frosty hydraenga? Looks lovely and wintery!
It is, I still have loads of bog flower heads left this year, but I suspet they’ll drop off quickly now!
Lovely shot with the frost. I haven’t seen any frost yet this year – sure it won’t be long though.
It was our first real big hard frost, it’s been bitterly cold, but never really frozen, until this week!
Very seasonal. So pretty yet so cold.
Thank you and it really was cold, there was an amazing frost
Did the weather do that? Wowzers
It did, it was our first real big frost so far.
Ooh pretty, is that a hydrangea head?
It is indeed, they bloomed late, so I still have loads of the big flower heads left
oh thank you
oooh thats amazing…cant figure out exactly what it is…but it looks fab x
It’s a frozen Hydrangea head
The frost is so delicate and pretty – love the photo
It looked so delicate, I was almost tempted to crush it in my hands, just to see what it felt like, but I resisted !
This Is Such A Beautiful Capture – Very Festive With The Splash Of Pink And The White Frost
Thank you, I just snapped it and didn’t realise how well the frost came out until I uploaded it
What a really unusual, stunning photo
I can’t figure out what it is!
It’s a Hydrangea flower head
Its a beautiful image, but what is it? It looks like a frosted flower x
It is indeed a frosted flower a Hydrangea
Wow. This is gorgeous… what is it?
It’s my Hydrangea plant in the front garden, it bloomed very late this year, so the heads are still on the main plant
Somehow I thought they were edible, but I don’t think they are! Lovely photo! x
ha, it does look a bit munchy, almost sugar coated
Thank you for joining in with Silent Sunday whilst it’s been on LoveAllBlogs x
Thank you for hosting it, it has been fun x
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