Mellow Yellow


You know when you think there is nothing at all happening and then you just take a good look outside?    That's how it is today, because spring is springing early and the fields are awash with Daffodils.  

Yellow is the color of the moment.  


They are all about sun worship on a glorious day.  


What a great ambassador of spring.  





"Daffodowndilly has come to town, in a yellow petticoat and a green gown."  

Traditional Rhyme  




Comments

  1. Such a beautiful reminder of Spring.

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  2. Yellow brings such cheer . . .
    So does the rhyme
    Daffodowndilly . . .

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  3. Mine have all bloomed and are now gone until next year....they are so incredible when you examine their shape....love the last photo.

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  4. You know I've been so darn preoccupied with other things I have not looked out in the backyard to see if my daffs and tulips have come up!!.. lovely pics here..

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  5. We have some blooming here along with crocus but it has been in the 20s at night so they are probably not happy along with the peach trees that bloomed last week.

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  6. Gorgeous. I am planting more daffodils next year.

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  7. Oh my that is just gorgeous! Spring indeed...:)

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  8. A lovely bright & cheery post! Lovely daffy photos!

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  9. ...I can't wait for them to arrive in my area.

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  10. Wow, the numbers of them is amazing!

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  11. Very nice! I love yellow. In my book, "Perched on the Edge," one of my poems talks about yellow being my favorite color, it's so refreshing and cool, and there's a taste of yellow in all good beers...cheers!

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  12. Wow.. you're ahead of us on the daffodils! That mass of them is gorgeous. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  13. No daffodils in bloom here in NH, but I am sure that when we get to the VA house, there will be plenty if they haven't already bloomed out. These are lovely, Michelle.

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  14. So pretty. Looking forward to seeing them pop up around here.

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  15. It seems there is a lot of yellow to greet spring and a lot of yellow as fall greets us! and I like it all!

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  16. Beautiful!!! I just sent my riding lawn mower off to be tuned up for spring. Early spring means more mowing this summer. darn.

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  17. This is really beautiful! What a great rhyme to go with the photo! You nailed this. We are about a month away from this scene. Today the windstorm took out half of my cedar fence. I doubt insurance will pay what the repairs will be, though.

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  18. Oh my! What a wonderfully HUGE field of daffodils...that is so beautiful!

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  19. Oh my! What a lovely sight for someone like me that is still experiencing winter.

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  20. It´s springtime and some lovely "yellow" pictures from you!
    Love from Titti

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  21. they are beautiful! love that field of daffodils! everything is blooming here and they are saying we might get snow this weekend :(

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  22. So very pretty! Down here in Texas, the bluebonnets are springing up early! Have a great day!

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  23. PS...that is an awesome playlist you've got there!! :-)

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  24. Daffodils are so pretty with their frilly petals, individually sweet, en masse faaaaabulous! Hello spring!

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  25. They are so beautiful, Michelle. Daffodils and tulips don't grow this far south. I have to be content buying them as cut flowers.

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  26. Beautiful! Love the golden flowers :-)

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