Wild Rose Hips Posted on December 31, 2014 by Sheila Creighton Posted in Nature Tagged blue sky, branches, copyright, delicate, green, Nature, Ontario, photography, plant, red, rose, rose hips, sunny, trio, woods 9 Comments Rose hips add colour to the early winter landscape. Snow is on its way but I kinda like this warmer non-snowy bit… 🙂 © Sheila Creighton 2014 Share this:ShareFacebookEmailTwitterPinterestLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
So beautiful. I’m much more fond of this muted red than I am of the bright reds of the Christmas season. The sky and branches are lovely, too. Our own season is turning sere — it’s a lovely time of year.
thanks – it is a nice red. I know you’re much further south but saw they were calling for freezing temps and possibly snow in Vegas – yikes!
There’s a winter storm warning as far south as San Antonio and the hill country — too bad it’s a holiday weekend, or we’d all be rooting for snow!
I agree, i think this picture is beautiful. There’s a delicacy and precision in those rose hips against the hazy background. I’ve loved the last few of your posts very much (the birches).
Thanks, John. It was nice to take a walk in the woods. I’m enjoying some much needed time off work. Happy New Year!
Reblogged this on Tip of the Leaf and commented:
A great photo by Sheila Creighton
Thanks for the reblog!
Gorgeous pops of red!
thanks, a lovely sight in all this grey, now white, weather 🙂