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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Daffodils at Hanging Bank


All around the woods at Hanging Bank, below Werneth Low, are clumps of daffodils.

10 comments:

imac said...

Spring here's Gerald, great capture.

Rose said...

This is a wonderful image!

Jacob said...

Very well composed photo. The starkness of the trees become even more dramatically posed when lit by the yellow daffodils.

RuneE said...

Daffodils are called "Påskeliljer" - meaning Easter Lilies in Norway. That indicates when we are about to have them...

Meanwhile, we can enjoy these.

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful picture!Fantastic composition!
Léia

Reader Wil said...

Daffodils are the first very cheerful signs of spring! The yellow colours are so happy! Thanks for sharing!

marley said...

They really stand out from the plain background. Nice one.

Ladynred said...

Those are pretty daffodils.

Linda - Gold Coast said...

Lovely splash of colour. Hopefully you will have your internet service back soon. I cannot imagine going one day without it let alone several weeks. How sad is that? I'm sure you will be out and about Gerald talking more wonderful photographs. Thanks to Rune Eide for taking over the reins while you are absent. Linda

PAK said...

Very interesting colours of the early spring!

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