Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Texture for Tuesday

This ice-coated stone in my rock garden marks the location of the Dicentra spectabilis, or Bleeding Heart as it is commonly known. (Below is a photo of it blooming last spring.) The perennial flower now waits for warmer days to summon it from the soil once more. And just so I don't forget and try to plant something else on top of it, I've marked it's location with a tiny "standing stone." The freezing rains we have been having lately have worked their magic on this stone and created a unique texture on it's surface.

Almost like frozen bubbles resting on the rock.

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