I’ve posted a couple of snowdrop photos in the last week. There is something about seeing drifts of snowdrops that is both thrilling and hopeful. However, we miss so much if we don’t stop and take a closer look at the side of the snowdrop seldom seen.
The thing with a snowdrop is that is hangs down, pointing its face to the ground. Why not take a look at it from a different angle, by gently turning the head upwards to the sky?
See what you are missing…………?