Monday, 2 February 2015

Our World Tuesday, ABC Wednesday, D for Daffodils.

These photos were taken in March 2007.


Welcome to Our World Tuesday! This meme continues in memory of the work of Klaus Peter, whose "that's My World" brought people together from around the world every Monday to share the wonders therein--big and small.Please click on our  logo for "Our World Tuesday" in the sidebar. Thank you Team of O. W. T.!

 

 With thanks to Denise Nesbitt, who created ABC, and thanks to Roger. For more interesting ABC posts click on the logo in the sidebar. This week we are looking for words beginning with D.




Here's a video for the non- native speakers, like myself, easy to understand.     

 

 

 

40 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Exquisite flowers, beautiful colors and wonderful captures, Wil!!! Doesn't get any better than this!! Thanks for sharing the colorful beauty! Just what I needed on a gray, wintery day!! Have a great new week!!

Cloudia said...

Lovely post, Wil



ALOHA from Honolulu
ComfortSpiral
<3

Carol L McKenna said...

Love your world of gorgeous Spring time flowers! Great floral shots!

Happy Week to you,
artmusedog and carol

Fun60 said...

The most beautiful of the Spring flowers.

eileeninmd said...

The daffodils are pretty, I am looking forward to spring and seeing some flowers here. Have a happy week ahead!

Villrose said...

Longing for them!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh Wil, I love everything about this beautiful post. We can't grow early Spring flowers in Florida (it is too hot). I miss them.

All your daffodils are beautiful, but that one with the pink center takes my breath away. Just lovely every one.

EG CameraGirl said...

I LOVE daffodils! I'm looking forward to seeing them this spring, meanwhile thank you for sharing these photos!

Photo Cache said...

I have seen daffodils blooming in my world also. How cheerful they make the neighborhood.

Worth a Thousand Words

Cloudia said...

Daffodils speak to me so!

<3 is a heart on it's side, dear Wil!

See it?

ladyfi said...

Oh my - what gorgeous shots!

Gattina said...

I wished they would come out ! Beautiful pictures

W. Latane Barton said...

daffodils, one of my favorite, and you certainly posted the best of the best.

Rajesh said...

Very pretty and colorful daffodil flowers.

Crafty Gardener said...

Oh how I long to see some daffodils.

Terri B said...

These are lovely flowers- I am always happy to see the green stalks pushing up- they shout spring, spring, spring!!

Trubes said...

nothing prettier than a 'host of golden daffodils' Wil, pretty pictures most cheering on a very cold day. I'm longing for spring now.

Best wishes.

Di xx
ABCW team

tulika singh said...

I think I have a weakness for that bright cheerful yellow. Always makes me happy to look at your flowers.

Leovi Leovi said...

Undoubtedly, great photos, it seems pretty these Daffodils!

Reader Wil said...

Crafty Gardener, I have a problem reaching your blog iin order to send you a comment. Sorry

Hildred said...

Beautiful hopeful post, Wil, - love the Shakespeare quote and postcard. Yearning for spring!!!!

Roger Owen Green said...

these are DELIGHTFUL!

ROG, ABCW

Jane Hards Photography said...

A sure sign Spring is round the corner. Lovely mellow yellows

Sheila Vaz said...

Lovely photographs of Daffodils.Though we had a garden around our home we had more fruits than flowers and I was responsible for the watering always as I hated to put my hands in the mud.

Sheila
www.chila.in

happywonderer.com said...

I love daffodils. They are such a happy flower. My green stems are popping up already. Have a wonderful week!

Meoww said...

Beautiful flowers :) And I am ready for spring too!

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

Daffodils and spring a wonderful combo.

vonnieb1702 said...

I can not wait until the spring. I love the spring. Nice picture :)

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

The mango photo?That's a sprinkling of salt. We are used to do it especially if they are not very ripe. When they are ripe, we don't add the salt.

for my ABC Wed, I usually go on my first blog http://annkschin.blogspot.co.nz/.

It doesn't matter which blog you visit.

Anita said...

Ah! lovely Daffodils, Wil :)
I am always reminded of the famous poem by William Wordsworth when I think of Daffodils :)Have you read it? Sheer delight!
Best wishes! Have a great week!

Indrani said...

They seem to be growing so easily on your table top pot.
Looks beautiful!
Happy WW!

Melody Steenkamp said...

Narcissen zijn altijd mooi he..... ook al zijn ze al weer langere tijd ruim te koop ....het idee van 'voorjaarsbloem' gaat er zo wel af, vind je ook niet.

Powell River Books said...

One of my favourite flowers. Yellow is such a bright colour in early spring. When I get back home next week after a short vacation I hope to see mine poking up. - Margy

Laura said...

What a beautiful assortment of daffodils, Wil, I look forward to them popping up here in a few months once all this snow melts away.

Marie said...

By the way, I meant to comment on your response to my post B is for Bees (I'm behind! :-) ) that its really a function of not using insecticides and pesticides that will make the most difference. Plus its a government-sponsored problem, since many of Monsanto's chief executives have government positions in the US. As always, it comes down to power and money. But we are all going to suffer because of it.

Ann said...

These make me happy when they creep up in my snow.
ann

Vagabonde said...

Vous nous montrez des jolies jonquilles! Elles annoncent bien le printemps. J’ai vu dernièrement sur une revue qu’il y a un jardin près d’ici avec un champ de jonquilles – je crois que nous y irons en mars pour prendre des photos. Votre vidéo est charmante.

Patty said...

It's going to be quite a while before ours come up. Have a wonderful week-end. Almost time to start supper/dinner.

Beloo Mehra said...

Love the bright cheery yellow of daffodils.

Suzy said...

Daffodils are such lovely flowers. They look so cheerful. Thanks for sharing your lovely pics.