Thursday

Spring Daffodil

The flowers of late winter and early spring occupy places in our hearts well out of proportion to their size.
~ Gertrude S. Wister

19 comments:

Jenty said...

Oooh that's very pretty, maybe I should take part :)

quintarantino said...

Quite nice!

June said...

This is a very fine yellow. I've been seeing the Project Yellow posts around too and thought about joining in but never have. Perhaps I'll catch the next one.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Oh, it's very pretty, Kerri. Perfect for your Project Yellow theme!

dot said...

Perpect picture and definately a good shot for project yellow!

Lara said...

a wonderful piece of yellow!

CG said...

You can't beat a nice yellow daff :)

Glad you're taking part too.

oldmanlincoln said...

This is about as nice as yellow gets.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.

Rose said...

I posted another daffodil picture today, too! Yours is gorgeous when enlarged!

Moi said...

lovely.....:)

Paulie said...

Your daffodil shot is gorgeous! and lovely! and beautifully done . . .

Ms. Math said...

I've been enjoying the Project Yellow theme very much and was excited to see your contributions. Beautiful photo! I even know that it's a daffodil now! :)

bonnie said...

Will you look at the texture in that flower! Beautiful... your husband has a very nice hand. I'll bet he's a nice guy.

Mary Helen said...

I just love your photos...The birds are beautiful
mary

George Townboy said...

Very nice, and very yellow!

Willard said...

Beautiful daffodil shot, Kerri!

Old Wom Tigley said...

Just for you Kerri...

To an Early Daffodil
by Amy Lowell

Thou yellow trumpeter of laggard Spring!
Thou herald of rich Summer's myriad flowers!
The climbing sun with new recovered powers
Does warm thee into being, through the ring
Of rich, brown earth he woos thee, makes thee fling
Thy green shoots up, inheriting the dowers
Of bending sky and sudden, sweeping showers,
Till ripe and blossoming thou art a thing
To make all nature glad, thou art so gay;
To fill the lonely with a joy untold;
Nodding at every gust of wind to-day,
To-morrow jewelled with raindrops. Always bold
To stand erect, full in the dazzling play
Of April's sun, for thou hast caught his gold.

Seems ages since I posted one for you..

MedaM said...

Oh, its' very pretty and charming!

fishing guy said...

Kerri: I did something quite similar on the Yellow post. Great photo.

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