Look at these lovely little snowdrops

I ventured into the garden yesterday as I noticed from my window that there were a few clumps of snowdrops, and I wanted to see them closer:

Another day I’ll see if I can get a proper close up, but that’s tricky for me now.

Linked to Six Word Saturday a Debbie’s here


  1. Always the first to show 👌

  2. These are plenty good enough- lovely in fact. I hope you find snowdrops as mood-lifting as I do.

  3. Ah, I am glad you got out to take some photos. Bigger clumps than mine, but it’s the thought that spring is on its way that counts. Hope you are keeping warm, sounds like there is some rather chilly weather on its way to you this weekend.

  4. And Spring will soon be here 😃

  5. so glad you were able to get out in the sunshine yesterday

  6. Ooooh… I have to put down different bulbs next autumn!

  7. Love these..Spring will be here next month.

  8. maristravels

    Bigger clumps than mine. I thought of photographing mine but I can’t bend down too easily now and taken from above they don’t have the impact. I’m waiting for the daffs to shoot up and fill my eyes with yellow – and the mimosa looks about ready to burst out as well.

  9. Always a welcome sight in the garden.

  10. Oh, so beautiful. Springs is on its way. Over here where I am, there is only “real” snow.

  11. Nice choice for the six words, Sue. Snowdrops seem to have the ability to cheer us all up a bit at this time of year.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  12. Ah…signs of Spring! Lovely, Sue! Here we have real winter still – minus 14 and snow. Seeing your sweeties makes me long for Spring even if I love this winter…

  13. Lovely snowdrops! I want some for my still life, 😁😁

  14. They are good little survivors, Sue! Not unlike yourself 🙂 🙂

  15. Ive not seen flowers yet. But then I rarely see snowdrops around here. I bet it was fun to see these 😀

    • Sue

      It was lovely, I could see them in the distance from my window, and made myself get outside to see them – I’m so pleased I did, then I went out quickly today to try and get a close up shot….note brilliant, b it handheld….you’ll see tomorrow on Silent Sunday.

  16. great, can’t wait to see some flowers.

  17. So good to see them. Soon be spring.

  18. Only one worded needed. Hooray.

  19. Those flowers are so pretty! Are those actual snowdrops on flowers? I am from India and I have never seen snow in my life and I have no idea how the frost sits on flower buds. Nature has blessed us with so much beauty, but all of us are not fortunate enough to experience all of them in one lifetime.

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