Over the past week, we've had frost three consecutive nights. These photos were taken to show the damage in my little garden, but I was surprised how attractive "damage" can be. The wild strawberry plant was touched as was the little red azalea. You will note that I am very good at using a photo multiple times. I'm in my matchy-matchy phase. :D
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Hope all the damage weather is done. Beautiful mosaic regardless!!ReplyDelete
I'm sure that wild strawberry will bounce right back and reward you with abundant fruit soon!
Beautiful mosaic, Vee! You are getting so proficient using photoshop! I hope none of your pretty flowers were permanently damaged. Happy Mosaic Monday!ReplyDelete
Hi Vee, Your flowers look none to worse fo rthe frost... hopefully your bad weather is over! A lovely mosaic & your header photo is just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
I wish I'd put out strawberries this year. I think I need to make a little raised bed for them. Maybe I can get my hubby to make me one next year... sigh...ReplyDelete
I love your dandelion wishes project- I know your littles will love that idea! Can't you just see their cute faces when they give those dandelions a good blow?
I love your matchy, matchy phase. Hope your plants revive.ReplyDelete
Yes, we had a few frosty nights, too. I think this will be a beautiful summer though, because of all the precipitation. I hope your plants were not damaged. Thanks for sharing at MM. :)ReplyDelete
We've got in Austria, Vienna, rain, rain, rain...ReplyDelete
It's not good for the flowers...=0(((
Hope all the damage weather is done.
The photos are stunning! Love the little strawberry plant in the middle and the mosaic itself is a work of art. I wish I had the will to want to learn Photoshop, it looks like so much fun.
Have a happy Monday!
Your mosaic is great. I am sorry about the frost. Maybe spring and summer will come for you soon,
Enjoy your day.
Has certainly been a strange spring, you matchy mosaic looks beautiful. Have a wonderful week:)ReplyDelete
What a pretty mosaic! One of these days, I'm going to have to hunt down the mosaic makers on the web and give it a whirl.ReplyDelete
Matchy, matchy is looking very pretty, pretty. I hope the frost didn't do any permanent damage.ReplyDelete
Go away frost!! I hope you have seen the last of it. Your mosaic is beautiful though. And I LOVE your header!ReplyDelete
Frost damage or not...it makes it lovely mosaic! And the music...so peaceful.ReplyDelete
Frost! Quelles Horror!!!ReplyDelete
Oh aren't you being clever with your picture showing! A neat new-to-me way of doing a mosaic. You are just tooooooo clever. :-)
Really! You are! I still haven't gone back to "Big Blue Labs" or whatever it is, to even make old type mosaics. :-(
I do love your beautiful flower mosaics. I can't believe you have had frost! It has been in the upper 80's here for two solid weeks! Why is it, though, that a frost is so beautiful?ReplyDelete
Thank you for the birthday wish. it just feels strange this year, even though nothing has changed.
Wishing you a lovely week,
oh, is that lily of the valley? such aReplyDelete
lovely plant with sweet reference in
song of solomon.
sorry about the frost. frost? strange.
we're jumping up and down that it's
not 95 yet!
You are getting quite good with those mosaics!!ReplyDelete
Your photos are beautiful Vee! I love what your doing with your mosaics. They are very pretty and artistically done. I'm sorry about the weather. It's been cold one day, hot the next, and then rainy here.ReplyDelete
Let's all protest. No more frost. Please. ValerieReplyDelete
Re: Putting lots of things into Banana Quick Bread... I have a basic Nut Bread With Variations recipe. The basic recipe in on one page, and the variations on another. When you add something, sometimes you lessen another ingredient.ReplyDelete
I-Love-This-Recipe! If you want it, I'll send it to you.
What a dainty mosaic.ReplyDelete
Lovely that you can still see the beauty.
Oh goodness. Frost. . .in spring. We have been taking our nice weather so forgranted here. . but the rain will begin tonight.ReplyDelete
Your frost does make lovely mosaics though.