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Photo Challenge- Spring

She turned to the sunlight

And shook her yellow head

And whispered to her neighbour

“Winter is dead”

A A Milne from When we were very young

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An archive photo as these lovelies won’t be out for a day or two.Perfect for Easter, but not for me.

Daffodils on Potter Hill, Pickering, planted through the generosity of and by Mr Reg Harvey, Council Worker back in the 50s and 60s.

Next Weeks Prompt Friends

And may you have a Happy Easter with family and friends

Here are the regular contributors to this challenge. Please feel free to join in at any time and leave a link in the comments section. Sandra at Wild Daffodil does a weekly round up of all contributions.

Jane from Rainbow Junkie Corner

Sandra at Wild Daffodil

Melissa at http://thearanartisan.com

Roz at https://umpteenthings.wordpress.com

Jenny at https://letthesewingbegin.wordpress.com

Christina at https://alookatthelittlethings.wordpress.com/

Ali at https://thimberlina.wordpress.com/

Happy Snapping!


Comments on: "Photo Challenge- Spring" (22)

  1. I love the daffodils! I can’t wait till the soil lets our bulbs up, seem like it is taking forever 🙂
    …As you can see.

  2. I love this spring images Cathy. Can’t say we have matching Autumn colour in our gardens now> If I’m not too late here is a Spring Entry from me https://haikuhound.wordpress.com/2015/09/06/sakura/

  3. Fabulous! The daffodils are lovely, and AA Milne is a personal favorite, in fact When We Were Very Young was one of the first books I remember owning as a child. This post made me happy.
    Oh, and here is mine: https://letthesewingbegin.wordpress.com/2016/03/25/photo-challenge-spring/

  4. Ah! That’s lovely ❤

  5. Daffodils are my favorite flower, in part because they are a true symbol that it is finally spring.

  6. Such a perfect poem to accompany your shot! Fun!

  7. Wow! there’s a lot of daffys there! 🙂

  8. Lovely bit of A A Milne to complement your pic! – go perfectly together.

  9. Nothing says spring quite like daffodils do!

  10. A grand celebration of Spring!

  11. We have lots of daffodils down here must be being further south. I always think daffodils say Spring.

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