When You Go Down To The Woods Today!!

 No, I didn't see a teddy bears picnic - do you remember that song from childhood, or am I just showing my age lol.
I took a walk into our woods today - it was an absoloutely gorgeous day - LOVE it!!!! - and what  I did see were lots and lots and lots of beautiful snowdrops. 

So I took a few pictures (as I do) and thought I would share them with you.. 

There were snowdrops with dirty faces!!!

 Some that had a morning wash.

Some with the sun shining down on them  (please forgive the flare)

And snowdrops as far as the eye could see.

Such a beautiful springtime flower - don't you think?

Now I've just got time to post this blog and get ready for my work.

Hope you are having a great day wherever you are :))


Giga said…
Wspaniały widoki i świetnie to pokazujesz. Mało przebiśniegów, więcej, więcej i dużo :-). Pozdrawiam. *** Magnificent views, and you show it very well. Little snowdrops, more, more, and a lot :-). Yours.
Jill said…
They are absolutely gorgeous and make me long for spring...
Kayla said…
So, is this officially spring there then? They are really lovely! Do they smell good too?
Pat MacKenzie said…
It amazes me that you have spring flowers growing so early in the year. Lucky you.
Debbie said…
gorgeous blanket of white!!
Fantastic photos. I thought my snow drops were over but I see a few out again today. Diane
Mira Crisp said…
Wow! I guess it's my turn now to complain about the weather! I remember months ago, you complained about it while I had beautiful weather here. We are freezing over here today with snow flakes while you are having this amazing spring-like weather :)
Btw I started a giveaway today, make sure to stop by!
Karen said…
The perfect spot for a teddy picnic! Lovely photos.
orchid said…
Dearest Ellie,
What a lovely walk enjoying wonderful snowdrops♡♡♡
I liked the way you said "with dirty faces" and "morning wash".
Oh, I wish spring to come soon(^_^)
Blessing to you, xoxo Miyako*
lisa said…
Oh, I do remember that song Ellie, and these snowdrops are just beautiful!
Lowell & Faye said…
The first snowdrops we ever saw were in Houghton Lake, Michigan, where we had moved over 32 years ago. We had never heard of them and imagine our surprise when we saw them pushed up through the snow. Such pretty and delicate, but extremely hardy, little flowers.
I have never heard of snowdrops before, they are beautiful. I wish we had flowers growing outside instead of the snow that we have. I can't wait for spring to come. I love your photos!!
Lea White said…
Absolutely beautiful! And yes I do know that song :-)
Paul said…
Nothing like nature photos on a sunny day! Beautiful!
Lea s Menagerie said…
I've never seen so many snowdrops in one place before!
Lea's Menagerie
Mississippi, USA
Huh - they are gorgeous. Has your spring season started in Scotland then? A few people here have said they have daffodils poking up through the ground since it's been so warm. but that is very early for us.
Kateri said…
Oh, wow, I dream of the day when I have a thick carpet of snow drops like that! (I got started last fall by planting 100 bulbs--I still have a ways to go!). Lovely photos and the ones of the snowdrops with dirty faces, made me smile.
Jeanne said…
These snowdrops are simply lovely. Don't think I have seen these flowers before, but really do look springy. Hope you took these after the frost...
Rose said…
It's like a fairyland!

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