The river level was running quite high yesterday to the extent that these clumps of daffodils, usually growing high and dry along the upper edges of the riverbank, were in imminent danger of getting their feet wet! 🙂
Trying to capture garden daffodils blowing around in the spring breeze on a sunny Sunday morning isn’t the easiest of tasks – they just wouldn’t stay still in shot! 🙂
A shy daffodil tipping her head down for today’s Flower of the Day 🙂
I’ve been playing about again with applying free online filters to some of my images – this beautiful bright colourful effect is from lunapic and is called ‘flowers’, so it seemed appropriate to give it a try!
The daffodils in my front garden are sadly way past their best, but in the back garden where it’s a bit more shaded the last few stragglers are still going strong 🙂
It’s day 28 of lockdown, we’re four weeks in and probably have at least another three to go…
I’ve spent the last couple of days out in the garden, doing a bit of weeding, a bit of tidying things up, a bit of cleaning the glass in the greenhouse. And a bit of playing about with my camera as well as a rather prolonged bit of just sitting out in the beautiful scottish spring sunshine.
So here are some yellow tulips and yellow daffodils, both as they appear in my garden and how they look through my glass paperweight, which is currently doubling up as a fancy lens through which to view stuff a little bit differently 🙂
Awww… it’s a crazy world when I can’t help but feel a sad pang of loss when I see daffodils hugging in close together with what seems to be such a delicate loving touch… I really miss seeing and hugging my family so much ❤
Paler yellow daffodils, and some of those lovely little blue flowers I don’t recognise growing in my garden, for today’s Flower of the Day 🙂