Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Taciturn Tuesday





 



  





13 comments:

Ms. A said...

What are the little green things under the sticks? They look like little green roses.

katy gilmore said...

tac·i·turn
ˈtasiˌtərn/
adjective
adjective: taciturn

1.
(of a person) reserved or uncommunicative in speech; saying little.

I disagree with your title. xo

Martin Hodges said...

Looking at these scenes, I can only hear a clock ticking gently, in another room.

Brian Miller said...

oo great last picture....i see the first signs of spring...woohoo....just in time to freeze the next couple days...ha

NCmountainwoman said...

Every spring I see my neighbor's crocus and daffodil and tell myself I should plant some. And every year I don't.

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

ditto what Ms. A. said...what are the lovely green shoots under the twigs?

Suz said...

oh oh oh I love everything here...the decanter for a vase...the hippos and rhinos
the buds peeking up....hope!
but really, I haven't heard the word taciturn in years!

Lise said...

:)

Anonymous said...

You have much more new growth than we, I think. Today I shall look to see if I'm right. We do have snowdrops.
Deana the Queena

Vicki Lane said...

Ms. A and Barb -- those are the new leaves of Autumn Joy sedum.

Katy - ;-)

Martin -- oh, yes!

NC Mountainwoman -- a familiar tune -- perhaps this is the year I plant witch hazel and snowdrops.

Jim Egerton said...

I love the second picture of budding slender limbs. Like ballet dancers swaying to the music. Oh! I surprise myself. Maybe just swaying little branches. What ever. I just like them.

Inger said...

I love the green leaves coming out. And the dog (is it yours?)looks so much like my Soldier in that last picture. They say the world is full of dogs this color.

Friko said...

Gentle pleasures.