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Monday, February 20, 2017
Mosaic Monday - Wetlands
Water does provide nice reflections which ice does not so I appreciated the water. Here are some cattails with still a bit of snow and ice around the edges.
The sun was not shining and the sky was overcast. Their color is a deep golden yellow color so it adds to the brightest of the scene.
These winter versions of flowers along a fence were wonderfully pouffe and light.
I thought the little yellow clusters looked like flowers with their even rows of petals.
Check out the red stems in the back ground.
The dried leaves on the bushes along the pond had such interesting and alien shapes.
Crumpled gently over time to create this dimensional shape from what was a flat leaf in the summer. They must have been quite large originally as they were quite substantial as dried leaves.
The mosaic has these very furry leaves. They look like animal fur. Rosehips provide a punch of red color in the landscape. Another berry maybe dogwood with the red branches. The yellow flowers at the bottom were well preserved and totally delightful.
Sharing with Maggie at Normandy Life for Mosaic Monday #28