Posted by
karla (Omaha, United States) on 23 April 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Happy Easter!

Thank you for visiting! Your comments and suggestions are very much appreciated.

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Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Celebratory ! Happy Easter, Karla.

24 Apr 2011 7:38am

Tinx from Kuressaare, Estonia


24 Apr 2011 7:53am

@Tinx: Thank you, Tinx!

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

So pretty and with such great details!

25 Apr 2011 9:54pm

@Barbara Kile: Thanks, Barbara. I had planted different cultivars a few years ago and this year they seemed more plentiful. I was grateful for the photo ops!

Frida from Sweden

Yellow and pretty. A spring sign indeed.

26 Apr 2011 9:27am

@Frida: So true!!

franz from Baden, Austria

beautiful "faces", so crisp and clear! love the blurred background, too!

27 Apr 2011 10:19am

@franz: Thanks, Franz! This clump were very cooperative. Their faces tend to follow the sun, and on this day, I was out there at a good moment.

Arnd from Basel, Switzerland

Lovely arrangement of daffodils with glorious colors and light. This picture is really pretty and would make a beautiful greeting card!

28 Apr 2011 7:25pm

@Arnd: Thanks, Arnd. I occasionally do create greeting cards for friends and family. These daffodils lined up and facing front just right. Sometimes they seem to willy nilly to photograph properly.

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States


1 May 2011 3:18am

@B. Thomas: Thanks, Barbara! Love what you are doing, too!

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Lovely color and perfect light! I like looking straight into the flower. Nice perspective.

5 May 2011 10:07am

@Julie Brown: Thanks, Julie! Glad you like these. The weather here has been not as cooperative as I would like, as even in the early morning we have had winds that "ruffled the feathers" of a lot of flowers, and pushing them into each other as if they were stumbling around in the dark.

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Happy Daffys!!

8 May 2011 10:50am

@Anita: :-)