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There is still a lot of texture in the garden and from nature in winter. (top to bottom)
*Parchment coloured papery hydrangea blooms, an echinaca seedhead partially eaten by the goldfinches.
*A tightly curled Queen Anne's lace seedhead, frozen leaves on the ground and a really cool seedhead with little spikes. Anyone know what this is?
*Milk pod shells, the seeds having floated on the wind in autumn and an ornamental grass bent over after a light snowfall.
I'm linking with Mary at Little Red House for Mosaic Monday.