Sunday, 26 March 2017

Wandering Lonely as a cloud.

Sorrel amid the daffs

The meadows at Bodnant Gardens are filled nose- to- nipple with yellow daffodils, which is a stunning sight when viewed in situ so to speak.

31 comments:

  1. Sublime. How I would love to recreate that field of sunshne on stalks.

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  2. Blue skies as well. Nice.

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  3. Now that looks like SPRING!

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  4. there IS a goddess of springtime, at least on your part of the earth. here we still have snow from a fortnight ago and everything is brown and muddy.

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  5. That would make a lovely framed picture! -Jenn

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  6. A lovely scene indeed. Glad you're having a good visit.

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  7. That makes my dozen dying Daffs look rather paltry.

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  8. This brings back memories of childhood when my cousins and I would run off to play and end up lying on the grass , staring up at the sky and just talking ..
    The colors in your photo are perfect .. the purest yellows ,the purest blues :)

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  9. Sorrel makes a lovely 'host' in the golden daffodils. :)

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  10. Bodnant - the loveliest garden in N. Wales.

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  11. Absolutely perfect in all ways.

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  12. Lovely photo! This is the season when Wordsworth rules alright.

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  14. Sorry 'bout that...we had more snow yesterday...

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  15. It doesn't get better than that!

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  16. beautiful sight.....ours are just now popping up, but more like nose to neck here.

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  17. Oh I love Bodnant (we're NT members, so go fairly often). My favourite bit by far is the Dell, but of course, then I have to drag myself back up the slopes again!
    We're on our hols at the moment, the daffs will probably all have gone over before we get home, but never mind, we'll make sure to see them next year!

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  18. Wow! Everything here is still white or brown and not a rich, chocolaty brown, either. I never understood how clouds could be lonely as there are usually plenty of them. Maybe they don't communicate well.

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  19. Your poetic and painterly use of the English language enthralls me: "nose to nipple"

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  20. Springtime, daffodils 🌼, and family visiting you plate is full.

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  21. I love daffodils always signals the beginning of spring. A bitter cold front came in and devastated all of ours, along with the iris, and the amaryllis. Thanks for sharing Sorrel amongst the daffodils.

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  22. All the daffodils in one place, wonderful.

    cheers, parsnip and thehamish

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  23. Lovely! What every Aussie dreams of seeing when they go to the UK.

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  24. Unbelievable! And great pic.

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  25. I've not heard of that garden. Looks fab...the colour of that sky oooh
    Arilx

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  26. Totally banal comment number 97 - I do like a nice sprawling display of daffs!

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  27. they are gorgeous. ours came up and then the temps dropped and now they are all toast!

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  28. I love any flowers en masse.. beautiful.

    Jo in Auckland, NZ

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