Lovely! I am visiting my folks in Washington state for a week, and I see lots of daffodils on my walk. So many things are in bloom, especially the camellias, hundreds of them everywhere. Thanks for the photos!
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You’re so lucky that so many camellias are in bloom. The one camellia in my garden is a sorry sight without a flower on it. Am hoping that its recent relocation to a sunnier spot might encourage it to produce some buds. Last year, it had one flower!
I wish I could upload a photo here, Sarah, but I don’t see a way to do that.
You could share the photo with me on twitter, if you follow me back. I’ve just found you there. I’m @sarahcpotter 🙂
Will do. That is my next stop! 🙂
That photo says so much! Thank you for the beautiful message!
My pleasure 🙂 I was looking out my office window at torrential rain falling out of a leaden sky and decided this photo was just the medicine needed by anyone suffering the same weather!
Sarah – I posted the photos on my Twitter page.
They’re absolutely beautiful, Carla. I’ve shared them with my followers, too, just to cheer their day, as you’ve cheered mine 🙂
Aren’t they lovely! I have a bouquet in the kitchen right now~
Yes, I have some in my kitchen, too. They’re a wonderful bright and cheering point of focus, while I’m busy doing my cooking duties!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Spring. 🙂
Gorgeous Sarah, daffodils always look so joyful.
They do 🙂
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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