Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Wordless Wednesday April 11 2012


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19 comments:

  1. oooooo, the light on the flowers makes it feel so light and airy. Just sings...Spring!

    Happy WW!

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  2. Beautiful photo! I've been out in the garden taking tons of photos myself. I love Spring flowers.

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  3. That is a beautiful flower and a stunning photograph! Looks like it can almost be on a greeting card or a calendar.

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  4. Lovely! Any idea which variety of daffodil that is? I haven't seen that colour of trumpet before.

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  5. Love the colours of the leaves and the light on the flowers!

    Happy WW!

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  6. How pretty, I noticed this morning that I have one late bloomer that decided to make an appearance. how crazy that it's early April and I'm saying 'late bloomer'.

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  7. Mine are all gone, going thru a different phase in my yard right now.

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  8. I don't know what variety it is. Daffodils here begin blooming in late January and continue through February and March. For this one to bloom in early April might help you identify it. (A late bloomer as Emily Rose says). As you can see the cup part is rather short, and the entire bloom is less than 2 inches across (would that be 5 centimeters?). Another hint to its identification: there are usually 2 blooms on each flower stalk.

    The thing that struck me about this photograph is how the sunlight is picking up the yellow in the cup part and spreading it across the petals!

    Thanks for visiting my blog.
    Have a wonderful day!
    Lea

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    1. Thanks Lea. There's a nursery here in Scotland who specialise in heritage daffodils http://www.croft16daffodils.co.uk/ so they may be able to identify it.

      Whatever it is, it's beautiful!

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  9. The lighting and action in this photo are just lovely. It looks windswept without being blurry.

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  10. Lea! Those flowers are the epitome of spring! GORGEOUS!

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  11. I like Daffodils with small trumpets. This is the first year I have grown more than a couple of varieties. I am amazed at the difference in colour, height and flowering times. I think a mixture or types is more attractive - better than a solid wall of yellow.

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  12. Simply beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing. And thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment;o)

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