Like much of the country, it's been unusually warm this winter (except for snow in October). Today it's supposed to get into the mid 50's.
I still have all sorts of plants growing in the garden. Even the snowdrops are threatening to bloom.
I love how the raindrops cling to the leaf hairs on the lupine leaf above.
The photo below is my kale. I wasn't able to harvest any in the fall because bugs were eating the leaves.
Perhaps we'll be able to eat some soon. I heard kale chips are yummy.
Look, I still have a flower in my garden! I can't believe this pretty primrose keeps chugging along.
This morning I was playing around a really high aperture to get a sunburst effect on the raindrops.
I think my camera was set at f/20 for these.
And this week I received the most adorable original Holiday Hummingbird painting I won from my
friend Sandy Sandy's blog giveaway. Have I mentioned before that I'm lucky?