White Wednesday

It is time for another White Wednesday at Faded Charm again.
Usually, I do some white furniture or crafts I have made but this time I figured I'd let old Mother Nature take the stage.  I was out shooting with the camera on Monday and noticed some last remaining whites still hanging on in the garden.  With our frosty evenings I am surprised they are still around - must be pretty strong survivors.  
So, before they go off to sleep for the winter I thought I'd share their last hooray with you.

Isn't Mother Nature a peculiar girl?


  1. these pictures are breath taking!
    Wonderful choice to share for WW

  2. Gorgeous photos!! It is amazing that those flowers were still so pretty this late into the season.
    Happy Thanksgiving.

  3. Beautiful. The first snowfall always breaks my heart just a little. I have a different kind of white right now.

    We got a dusting last week. It's just part of living in Colorado, but I will never ever get used to it. You can take the girl out of Carolina, but you can't take Carolina out of the girl.

    I had posted this in a previous post, but I don't know if you saw it because I checked back and never saw a reply. I wad born in Fayetteville, NC. I think you aren't far from there. My grandad started Haire Plumbing Company, do you recognize the name? If you live in Sanford, you may know my aunt and uncle-- Diane and Rodney Harrell? I was just curious if you knew my peeps! It's a small world.

  4. Ah, we can never match Mother Nature for her beauty.