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13 Responses to Untitled Post 00058

  1. sandra getgood says:

    Thank you for sharing your Spring. Those are vibrant and colorful and way ahead of my daffodils, which keep looking up to the sky to make sure Mother Nature doesn’t have any more surprises for us this week.

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    • disperser says:

      Those are from our Michigan home, many years ago . . .

      I did plant some last fall, but so far they’ve been frozen nearly every night, snowed-upon a number of times, and flattened by heavy sleet a few times . . . they might yet make it, but I’m guessing they are tiring of the effort.

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  2. colonialist says:

    Really pleasant to look at.

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  3. oneowner says:

    We still have snow on the ground. Are these “flowers”?

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  4. Absolutely beautiful!! There is something so heartwarming about daffodils isn’t there, love them :)

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  5. AnnMarie says:

    Glorious nature! Can’t wait to see the real ones soon. But for now I’m content to just look at your beautiful shots and just add that the harmonious backgrounds of each greatly enhance the subjects.

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    • disperser says:

      Just walked out to see ours . . . after clearing snow from the drive yesterday, we are looking today to getting into the 60s, and tomorrow into the 70s.

      That should help the flowers. They all have buds, so it looks as if the freezing temperatures have not seriously hurt them (Daffodils be tough!). I’m hoping the tulips will be OK as well, but with two more months of possible snow, I’m wondering.

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