We Are Still Here

We Are Still Here The oldest daffodils are the strongest, a little battered by ice and snow and freezing temperatures but proudly putting on quite a show nonetheless. I did some crawling around my yard on my belly to get these early spring photos.

We Are Still Here

The oldest daffodils are the strongest, a little battered by ice and snow and freezing temperatures but proudly putting on quite a show nonetheless.

I did some crawling around my yard on my belly to get these early spring photos.

I also captured several other wonderful images of these vintage daffodils, and the whole experience inspired an essay.

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2 Comments

  1. Carol says:

    The shot was worth crawling around!

    1. Bernadette says:

      Indeed it was, Carol, and so was the time spent. I wrote a little essay about it and I’ll be publishing that tomorrow. Thanks for visiting!

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