Description Chionodoxa flowers (Greek for 'glory of the snow') are small and bright, on short stems, and bloom in early Spring. They are native to Eastern Mediterranean alpine area and often bloom during snowmelt. Photographed in a Pennsylvania garden in early April.
Byron Varvarigos, Philadelphia suburb, Pennsylvania Member Since August 2007 Artist Statement "NATURE SMILES WITHIN EVERY BLOOM, ENCHANTING, REFRESHING, HEALING!" Love the beauty of nature and enjoy trying to capture 'snapshots' of it and sharing them. Photos taken without disturbing the setting or inhabitants, they have been selling since 1996. All work is copyrighted. I hope you enjoy viewing my images, and I welcome your comments and support. Best wishes to you! PLEASE CLICK ON 'WEBSITE' LINK, ABOVE, FOR A WIDER - AND NEWER - SELECTION OF MY PHOTOS!
"The sight of a flower is as marvellous as the vision of God."~ Nisargadatta Maharaj