Monday, April 14, 2008

Spring is Yellow



The quintessential daffodil is a symbol of spring. Ranging from white to deep yellows and oranges they explode on the scene when we need them most to boost our sagging winter spirits. This was taken in my backyard after yet another spring rain shower.

I have enjoyed project yellow, this will probably be my last official post for it. I am anxiously awaiting the next color from Anna.

8 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Our daffodils also came up and look just like this one. Nice photo, Mike.

Carletta said...

Another wonderful shot Mike!
No more yellow - I'll be back anyway cause I've really loved your work.

Karen said...

Those are just beautiful. I love raindrops on flower petals.

Anna said...

I am glad you are having fun...I love this shot...the water on the leaves.

I hope you are well there Mike!

Gina said...

Beautiful photo! Enjoyed all your yellow pics and hoping to see more pics once the next project is revealed! :O)

Kerri said...

Beautiful! You've captured the droplets of water on the flower too!
Well Done!!

photowannabe said...

Love the rain drops on the daffodils' face. Beautiful yellow.

Robert said...

Wonderful photograph. I love the orange ring in the center.