Every time I look out of my kitchen window I see the remains of our Hydrangea bush. It fascinates me at this time of year.
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31 thoughts on “Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 170116”
Ooh that’s so pretty and looks very perfectly preserved even if a little fragile x
They are fab aren’t they
Such a beautiful shot. It looks so delicate, like a spiders web. I have the same fascination with seed pods. #MySundayPhoto
It does a little doesn’t it.
What a fantastic photo……
That’s so delicate! I remember photographing a hydrangea skeleton just like that this time last year, which I found lying on the garden.
So interesting aren’t they.
We love skeleton leaves, we used to spray paint them with silver to make them stand out more. Beautiful photo x #MySundayPhoto x
That’s a lovely idea
Stunning detail, I find skeleton leaves so interesting
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Wonderful aren’t they
That really is stunning, they are fascinating all year round in their many forms. Ours still have blue purple flowers hanging on, i think it is the lack of frost in Cornwall this winter. Wow that’s a beautiful shot Mary, ours still have purple blue flowers hanging on, I think it is the last of frost this year in Cornwall
We’ve barely had a frost either really, it’s been a very strange Autumn/Winter so far.
That is just beautiful! It looks so delicate! x
Wow! So magical and delicate little thing.
Isn’t it just
Absolutely gorgeous honey! Love that you took that in for a photoshoot. You’re fantastic 🙂
Oh I love hydrangea skeletons – so pretty. How lovely to have this outside your window 🙂
There’s just something about them isn’t there
Things can look beautiful and fragile whether they are growing or decomposing can’t they.
Looks beautiful (although I dislike Hydrangea).
They certainly can
that is a fabulous photo. i love the veins in the leaves.
Beautiful. I’m the same, I love seeing how our hydrangea changes over the year x
Fantastic capture x