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Hip Hip Hip Horaay!
Well they dont anymore
It seems the snow is retreating!
Lovely close up Barbara
brilliant detail and light barbara more snow for us tomorrow a belter nice one
Looks like a culinary innovation that could catch on -- figcicles.
This is a very good composition, the more you look at it the better it gets.
Stunning image, great colours ,nice light and lovely detail..
A wonderfully crisp and refreshing wintery composition Barbara
Nicely observed and captured.
It's been fun in the short term with snow but hopefully it is soon to be on its way, good shot of these snow capped figs
Glad to hear the snow is on its way out for you, Barbs, bet the figs are glad, too Carol
Well seen Barbara,
I love this one Barbara !! Our figs will never know this snow capped experience The birds are feasting on our figs at present and we have a competition to see who gets the most - us or them
Glad to hear the snow is thawing but it did provide an unusual shot in the meantime.
Nice details in the snow crystals Barbara.
A lovely arrangement, Barbara, crystal snow, and the droplet (or is it a drip )
Great shot Barbara, it is all white.
good whites love the big drip forming ready for the off
Excellent close up,
Good detail and composition
Superb composition. I like the reflection in the droplet
Love it .great capture......
Beautiful winter capture, great composition
This is the advantage of snow - seeing plants in a totally new way.
Makes a lovely image.
Great shot love it
Great fun shot and title Barbara
Bags of humour in this well-taken shot.
What a good find Barbara. There are pictures to e found everywhere and anywhere.
I will be wearing a hat if I go out today-- don't blame the figs , but theirs a much more charming!
Well, the party's over, so off come the hats, I guess.
Be glad to see the last of the snow - it's like a bloomin' ice rink on those pavements! A super capture here of your figs in their hats, Barbs
Just noticed yesterday that all my figs have disappeared . Well captured. Moira
You should remove any in winter that are bigger than a pea Barbara, then they will get bigger a juicer! I have three fig trees and I'm the only one that eats them, I do bottle them as well, you can also make chutney, nicely captured, I particularly like the house reflected in the droplet which is very clear Barbara, might be worth cropping a copy see if you can enlarge it! worth a try!, nice one very well composed and presented, regards Leon.
Love that waterdrop! Sadly my Fig tree dropped all it's fruit before they had a chance to grow larger and I am very envious of yours!! Guess mine knew something about the weather!
The sparkle captured on the figs.is excellent
Fig sorbet!! only in Leeds would you get this
They're not Hat's they're Snow Caps
Great capture. paul
Super shot and I love the drip.
Fig ice lollies...yummie
Nice syrups Barbs
(sryrups) cockney rhyming slang, Syrup of figs............. wigs..................ok I will shut up!
Superb shot Barbara
well observed and captured.
Quote: Looks like a culinary innovation that could catch on -- figcicles.
Fortunately we have not seen even a single snowflake in our part of the world!
Impresionante fotografía, me imagino que ya a esa temperatura de puden comer..
I think that is just a figment of your imagination but I must agree that they do looks as if they have got their snowcaps on!
Yea, Fig, .... it's part of my nickname that i carried around for so long.
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