25 February, 2021

daffodils

 in a row, they can be seen in lots of front gardens now.







43 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Spring - enjoy the day, Bill!

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  2. Hi Bill.

    Spring is coming.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  3. Hello Spring! Something to smile about.

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  4. The Sring is so beautiful! Enjoy it!

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  5. Yes, spring is speeding up to give us a good feeling.

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  6. Gad to see they are coming out there as well

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  7. ...a cheery sight that we will have to watch to see here.

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  8. Just the thing I needed to see this morning...many thanks as I sigh that good things are happening!

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  9. It's a long way from here. Snow hasn't moved much here. Lovely photo!

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  10. falling in and out
    the march of the daffodils
    bright yellow helmets~
    Haiku by JFM

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    1. Your beautiful photo was my inspiration for this Haiku.
      As soon as I saw this lovely photo, it reminded me of tiny soldiers.

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  11. They are beautiful, and a sure sign of spring. Your spring photos gives us all hope even though March is our major snow month.

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  12. Beautiful spring flowers. We have purple flowers. Greetings Caroline

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  13. It's like they are marching in line!

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  14. Daffodils brighten up early spring.

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  15. So early too. I could only dream of those here.

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  16. They're very pretty.

    It'll still be two months before we see them.

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  17. Spring! That's what we need. Enjoy!

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  18. The ones in my back garden are just starting to flower, there'll be some good shows of daffodils in the next week or two.

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  19. Looks like spring has arrived, Bill! The snow is melting here in the sun today!

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  20. The road of the flwoers are really interesting:-)

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  21. Pretty, I like the wave better than a straight line.

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  22. Parecen marcar la linde del terreno.

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  23. I do love them, one of my favorite flowers, along with violets and roses.

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  24. A host, of golden daffodils;
    Beside the lake, beneath the trees,
    Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.

    William Wordsworth

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  25. Follow the path of daffodils. Lovely photo :-D

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  26. Always nice to see daffodils.

    All the best Jan

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  27. A lovely and most welcome sight I should imagine Bill 💛

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  28. Way ahead of us in spring blooms as I am looking at falling snow today.

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