A Rock Feels No Pain

In despero , obscurum ; In Diligo , Lux lucis. (In despair, darkness; In Love, Light). -Me


This poor flower was loving the sun and almost 50 degree weather yesterday, when I walked by it the first time.

Originally uploaded by sailordlv.

Today, it was shivering under it’s snow blanket, struggling to stay upright as best it could.

Heavy, wet snow here in Salt Lake City, but sure good for the skiers. For the flowers? Not-so-much.

Hang in there little flower, spring is coming fast and the big, bad snowflakes wont squish you anymore.

*Click the picture for full-size on Flickr*


Filed under: "Salt Lake City", flowers, SLC, snow, spring, vacation

6 Responses

  1. redheadedtomboy says:

    Beautiful photo! It looks sad but it will survive. Those little guys can take a lot.

  2. theysaywordscanbleed says:

    aww, hang on little one! Spring is here!

    West Bremerton florist

  3. Kittie Kate says:

    Nice pic!
    It got cold ass right here. I know how that flower feels. We got 70, then it dropped down to 42.

  4. Sailor says:

    A quick update-

    The flower is fine today 🙂


  5. Phyllis Renée says:

    You know, the way those flowers can stand up to the snow and cold weather it’s a wonder they’re called Pansies!

  6. C-Marie says:

    Great pic!!

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