February 21, 2013

A Herald of Spring

I saw these daffodils in Front Royal yesterday. They were growing near a wall, which must shelter them from cold winds.

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  1. Daffodils, my favorite spring flower!

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  2. Spring!!!

    Lithuania still deep winter.
    Have a nice weekend

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  3. Upstate New York, a few bulbs starting to sprout. Otherwise, far from our first blooming.

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  4. I love daffodils. The are my favorite flower ever. Probably because after a hard winter, they are the first flower I see.

    Mine are up a couple of inches... Poor things are going to freeze.

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  5. I love that bright yellow color of the daffodils. Nothing says spring better!

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  6. Already? I can only hope to see some by Easter. :)

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  7. Bela fotografia de lindas flores...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  8. So lovely. I fear it will be many weeks until ours make an appearance. Thanks for sharing yours.

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  9. I guess it will take time before I see them too.
    Norway is cold.

    Enjoy the beautiful sign of spring!:)

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  10. Love daffodils, I have been thru Front Royal many times on my way to the Skyline Drive. I hope spring is on the way. Have a great day!

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  11. My daffodils are just peaking out of the snow at about 4 inches tall. I am enjoying paging through your blog and especially liked the geese landing on the frozen pond without harm. Your images of the local churches and history is of the area is interesting. Thanks for sharing your part of the world.

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  12. We don't have any daffodils blooming yet, but I'm still hopeful.

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  13. i saw a few around here this week, too. i think we're late for spring in NE Tx this year.

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  14. I envy you, we still have a lot of snow. :(

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  15. Beautiful photos with lovely wild daffodils.

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