Nieve = Snow...
A close up of chicken wire protecting
iris and a tiny Oregon Vine Maple tree
from our sweet little deer...
We only got a little bit the other night...
Nieve can also mean "sherbet"
I would want more than a little bit...
Deer are sweet but I know how destructive they can be when hungry.ReplyDelete
Amazing photos! The snow is so cool.ReplyDelete
Snow, still? May this be the last of it for you this season!ReplyDelete
Deer are beautiufl in the meadows and woods and wild places, and so destructive in gardens.
Deer are so easy to forgive! What lovely pictures.ReplyDelete
Nice protection. I love to watch the deer. So precious.ReplyDelete
I love sherbet too and sorbet is good too. A lot of either.
Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Miss Lucy. ♥♥♥
Somehow I like the word Nieve :) beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
Great snow photos, nice of you to plant some deer salad, but they are fun to watch.ReplyDelete
Deer would be more welcome than gators and sting rays.ReplyDelete
Great photos, deer roam around our place as well.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures, but I'm over snow for a few months. We got a lot in Upper Michigan this year.ReplyDelete
~Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
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Patricia Lynne, Indie Author
You're still getting snow?? Condolences. Mid april should be more the stuff of blossoms and air redolent with their fragrance, don't you think?ReplyDelete
Have fun on A-Z :)