They may not be the roses that the “old saying” mentions, but for the time of year, they are close enough. I took some time to “smell them,” so to speak. They are out in full force covering every garden patch, field and ditch along the country side. They are the one true indicator that spring, the warmer weather and good times to come are around the corner. I needed the break with finals in the next couple of weeks. This could be my last time until mid April that I have this opportunity to do this. The walk around the park and down to the river was nice and relaxing. Hardly a soul around with the long weekend winding down. What a great day so far. *smiling*

2 Thoughts on “Daffodils

  1. I think our seasons must be pretty much in-sync cuz we have daffodils all over the place as well. Let’s not forget the crocuses (that word just doesn’t look right!). Of course you tend to get a bit colder over there but who’s complaining. I could reverse your suggestion of getting your camera out. Whilst my AE-1 is an excellent camera, unbeatable actually, I don’t think it’s as suited to web display as the digitals. I think the process of scanning them takes away some of the vibrancy of colour plus you are reliant on the processing lab for the state of the originals in the first place. I might take a look at a digital camera but I can’t say I know much about them and they aren’t exactly cheap are they?

  2. Yup, I agree, but it is hard to tell what kind of weather we are having from day to day. We just got through a cold snap, nothing below freezing, but close…. I have being so buzy, it is crazy! arg…

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