65. Theme 111 ~From Ground Level~

I had to dig in the snow and get down on the ground to uncover this Christmas Rose (hellebore), but I think it was worth the trouble!

From Ground Level

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  1. Madeliene,

    Even in the coldest ground, covered by snow, you find life and beauty!

  2. How wonderfully shot this is, talk about suffering for art! very well done!

  3. Beautiful flower although it looks a little lonesome all by itself. What we won’t do to get a photograph!!

  4. This is gorgeous, and, Yes, I think it was worth the trouble. I love how there’s a touch of colour, a bit of life, rising out of the winter ground. (And, now I know what a Christmas Rose looks like:)

  5. Oh, that is so lovely or should I say: Skönt fotografi! 😉
    Love the Christmas roses and have had a few my self, but we started to re-design our garden last summer so I wonder if they have survived…

  6. Sorry about the mispelling of your name, Madelaine.

  7. It was certainly worth the trouble, Madeleine. That is a great picture.

  8. They are such beautiful flowers. Nice shot. Glad you made the effort so you could share it with us. Yes, the effort was really worth it.

  9. How pretty – spring is trying so hard to come forth!

  10. what a beautiful little flower!
    Yes, Cicci is still talking to me, she actually thought she would suit well as a Teletubbie!

  11. What a cool image, Madelaine! Love how the snow brings out how delicate the rose is! Really nice (and hope you dried off quickly)!

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