DId I ever tell you that our first house in Florida, our street name was daffodil? Too cute huh?!Love your flowers….
Lovely shot! Happy spring!
Beautiful! Daffodils are spectacular, aren’t they? This weekend we went on a road trip and saw lovely bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes, Indian blankets, primroses and other wildflowers in full bloom.
I’m delighted to be entering a season of your stunning flower photos. Your ten foot mounds of snow were a sight to behold, but when I could see the exact same thing right outside my window, they somehow began to lose their charm! I always enjoy your close up shots of fruit, flowers and the happy insects who make their homes in your sumptuous garden!
Judy, that’s a lovely daffodil.
It is a beautiful picture — we don’t see many daffodils around here so thank you for sharing yours!
pretty ! 🙂
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