Serene Snowdrops


Serene Snowdrops

Serene Snowdrops,

Soulful,

Sometimes

Woeful.

Gallantly graceful,

Forever hopeful.

Snowdrops

‘consolation and hope’

from Victoria’s dictionary of flowers

‘The Language of Flowers’

By

Vanessa Diffenbaugh

On a lovely peaceful walk around the village of Kimpton, Hertfordshire, we came across these serene Snowdrops,delicately grouped around the old trees,lighting up the winter’s day.  I’m reading the above amazing book at the moment and found Victoria’s meaning very appropriate.  I hope you enjoy my post.

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10 thoughts on “Serene Snowdrops

    • Thanks Becky. I’ll have to pop for a walk with the dogs to Ashridge this weekend, I wouldn’t want to miss the Snowdrops! There are quite a few varieties, when you look close up. Have a great weekend 🙂

  1. Lovely. A couple of weeks ago I was walking down a rather muddy track to the river, and there in the ditch were these pure white flowers. As are the buds just forming on some trees, they are emblems of another new beginning.

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