Sunday, April 21, 2013

Late Season Daffodil April 2013

Late-Season Daffodil, April 14, 2013, SOOC
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22 comments:

  1. This is lovely Lea! I also like the hint of the blurred pinkish purple flowers in the background.

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  2. Pretty flower with lovely, soft, clear lighting. You can almost smell that daffodil fragrance.

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  3. My favourite spring flowers

    Mollyxxx

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  4. Nice spring flower!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  5. SWEEEET! Isn't nature wonderful?...:)JP

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  6. Superb photography – exquisite Spring bloom!

    Great blog too -will be back soon to read through earlier posts.

    Visiting from Macro Monday

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  7. Yay for late season daffodils :) I'm so happy that they're still hanging around!

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  8. What a lovely daffodil. We're so far behind mine haven't even thought of blooming yet.

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  9. I adore daffodils, and miss them every spring (we can't grow them here in Florida!)

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  10. Such a pretty flower. I wish we could have them all year!

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  11. Beautifully captures. Have a fabulous week!

    Liz (mlc)
    Liz (yacb)

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  12. It is late, but is very gorgeous. I remember a line from Mulan with that late blooming.

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  13. In most parts of the country "late" blooms are the best to avoid the snow. Love the way your photo emphasizes the pristine whiteness of the daf bloom with just a pop of color in the center.

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  14. I've been seeing some blooming around us too.

    weird weather is all I can say.

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  15. What a beautiful picture. Our daffodils are late this year, thanks to a late spring.

    Herding Cats

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  16. Pretty... Daffodils, tulips and crocus are just starting to bloom here. Everything is 1 to 2 weeks late this year, whereas last year they were 4 to 6 weeks early.

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  17. A fabulous capture, Lea. Fresh and enchanting! (Thanks for stopping by my blog)

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  18. The two tone variety of daffodil (rather than all yellow) is so refreshing! A delightful photo!

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