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Monday, April 14, 2008

Project Yellow / Sandy Daffodil

Click on photo to see the sand . I wonder how that got in there?

18 comments:

dot said...

Love your daffodil! I've decided not to do any more yellow but I can't wait to see what color Anna comes up with next. I've enjoyed Project Yellow.

Luke Wiley said...

this is very nice! go project yellow!
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LC said...

Nice shot and best of all this means spring is here. Lloyd and Ranger

Meggie said...

I haven't a clue how the sand got there but it sure is a pretty shade of yellow and a darn good photo!

Judi aka Gmj said...

LOL!! Got there the same way it gets in your shoes, and every nook and corner in your house, and if ya stand still long enough in your ears! But I do love Central Oregon!

SandyCarlson said...

How do these bulbs get around! We once had a garden on a hill, and the bottom of the little hill was full of flowers. They had been planted on the side of the hill years and years before, but Mother Nature likes to rearrange things to her liking, I guess.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Hmmm... must've been some kind of strange wind that brought it in but either way, great shot! I love Daffodils.

RuneE said...

We have them here too - finally. No doubt about it - spring is here to stay!

quintarantino said...

Very impressive the bright yellow from that daffodil.

DeeMom said...

Daffodils are so neat

GMG said...

Hi, sorry for having been a bit absent lately. Too busy...
The Daffodil looks great! The bowling balls are nice; were it cumcumbers, I would say that they are where they should be... ;))
Incredible snow in April!
The Bisons are fantastic and the skies superb!
Thanks for your comments at Blogtrotter
Have a great week!

The Texican said...

Daffy Dills, Way to go Lilli. Spring has sprung. Glad you came by today.

The Apron Queen said...

Thanks for stopping by. We were on a 2 wk vacation. Rented RV & drove to Idaho from Houston. Stopped at several national parks along the way. Our goal is to get kids out of house, then sell the house & hit the road as full-time RVers in about 10 yrs. Can't wait! We are both wandering souls. Can't sit still for long.

fishing guy said...

Lilli: Nice finish to the yellow project. The sand is blowing around.

Anna said...

This was a prefect way to finish! So pretty...you can never go wring with daffodils!

shubd07 said...

Stuck between a rock and a hard place
With its natural elan Life did face
The quandary of propagation, and decided to fill
The gloomy gray with a burst of yellow daffodil !!

Lovely pic !!

Thanks for stopping by :)

Kerri said...

The detail is awesome when enlarged! Great job Lilli!

madretz said...

that's cool!