Little Beads of Winter

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These red berries of bryony epitomise the typical Norfolk winter: taken 27 November 2018

It’s rare for the typical snow-scene to happen along the east coast of Norfolk, though it happens plenty inland. So rather than wait … #2018picoftheweek: Winter

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Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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17 Responses to Little Beads of Winter

  1. Dale says:

    Beautiful shot, Crispina!

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  2. Interesting that I can feel the winter-y cold in this shot! Nicely done. (We don’t have any of the white stuff either right now. But we do have plenty of rain.)

    I do love the pop of red.

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  3. Violet Lentz says:

    Not being a photographer or a nature girl, I am enjoying this little window into your world- you show me things I would never stop to look at and even talk me into believing they are pretty cool sometimes. Thanks Crispina.

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    • crimsonprose says:

      But they are pretty cool. At heart I’m still the kid who walked the woods and the meadows and paddled the streams. And caused my mother’s umteenth breakdown, worrying about what I might be doing. Nothing, Ma. Just talking to flower fairies and tree elves and gnomes. That’s me. I haven’t much changed. Poetry, and fantasy fictions, and photography. And a rather quirky sense of humour.
      And I like that you like what I do. Thank you. 🙂

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