LET’S PRETEND IT’S SPRING AND LOOK AT DAFFODILS – Marilyn Armstrong

FOTD – January 29, 2020 – Daffodils


It’s winter and not even a really good winter. It’s a very warm winter. Not the warmest January ever, but the third warmest in 100 years, which is warm. We’ve had a bit of snow, a few days of cold, a fair bit of rain. It has been gray skies almost every day. Tomorrow they are promising us a day of sunshine. I guess we’ll see.

Meanwhile, daffodils sound great to me. Let’s pretend it’s spring again. Eventually, it really will be spring.



Categories: cee's photo challenge, Flower of the day, Flowers, Gallery, Marilyn Armstrong, Photography

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18 replies

  1. One of my faviourite flowers, and I will have to wait until July /August to see some. I will enjoy seeing yours and knowing your enjoyment of them.

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  2. thank you for a glimpse of spring

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  3. but they are from last year?! They ALWAYS make me cheerful.
    And, btw, I have already for some 5 weeks some flowering daffs, not in dark yellow but a light, a bit sun-deprived yellow…

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  4. We’re running the gamut of possibilities. We had 2 ft. of snow, then it rained for 5 or 7 days but who’s counting, then it got sunny (cold but sunny) then it rained more. It’s now blustering at 90 k to 120 up north which happens, and today (in fact the last several weeks) the forecast has been dead on. I haven’t looked recently. I guess I should to see what’s coming. lol. Nah maybe I’ll let it surprise me!

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  5. Wonderful daffs. The sun is even out today, so pretending it’s spring is easy 😀

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  6. I’m ready Marilyn …let her rip….

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  7. I love when I start to see the colors coming up in the yard. I have gone through thousands of pictures and so many that I have taken are of the flowers.

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