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Friday, March 11, 2011

Spring Bouquet. My Picture of the Day

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Copyright 2011 TatyanaS

31 comments:

  1. Gorgeous bouquet, so outstanding in that beautiful crystal vase especially with those lightings! Superp photos!

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  2. How pretty Tatyana. All that sparkling crystal and the lighted yellow daffodils. A lovely spring bouquet. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  3. Gee Tatyana, I don't know what's prettier the blooms or the stems in the water!!!

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  4. Very pretty! I like how the stems fan out in the decanter, echoing the flowers on top.

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  5. Lovely. You've inspired me to go nab a bunch of daffodils at the local market. They're such cheery blossoms.

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  6. Cheery yellow daffs in a beautiful setting! Very nice.

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  7. Flowers pretty but the vase and table really caught my eye.
    Super capture.

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  8. Beautiful, I just bought some, looking at them right now!

    Eileen

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  9. How unique! Great photo. Like nothing I've ever seen before. Great idea. Thanks for visiting my blog and the kind words. Thank you for a glimpse of some beautiful flowers.

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  10. Thank you everyone! Yes, these are my flowers, miniature daffodils. They weren't effected by the snow and cold in late February. Hooray for Daffodils!

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  11. Dear Tatyana, Hooray for daffodils, indeed. Your photograph speaks of spring. Lovely. P x

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  12. ... and a lovely spring bouquet it is, dear Tatyana!

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  13. Very pretty, Tatyana. I love the juxtaposing of underwater stem and above stem and flower, if that makes sense. :)

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  14. I love daffodils! Don't they just say SPRING?

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  15. Fantastic, Tatyana. A friend gave me a bouquet of flowers at my talk the other night, and they are all yellow--such a cheerful, glad colour full of joy. I do have daffodil shoots up about 3 inches, so there will be daffs--in a while!

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  16. Hello. My wisteria has solid boxes, holding them in August, but will not bloom. Thank you for visiting me and his admission to your group. I cordially greet

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  17. what can I say, by the time your daffys are only a memory mine might be in bloom.

    Enjoy them while you can

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  18. Beautiful photo Tatyana. I'm off into my garden to pick some daffodils right now - just wish I had such a gorgeous vase to put 'em in! :)

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  19. You remind me that spring will come!

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  20. Such a beautiful reminder that Spring is around the corner. Your work is amazing.

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  21. Wow - what a cool photo! I love seeing the stems in the vase, the blackness behind and the bright yellow of the daffodils. Very pretty!

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  22. Tatyana, my sister-in-law lives in WA state and I am always so jealous of her gardens. Your weather is so perfect for so many different varieties of everything!

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  23. My daffodils have finally bloomed! Hooray! Yours look wonderful in that vase! :o)

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  24. Thank you Tatyana for your visit on my blog and your comment on the Potager du Roi !
    This bunch of flowers is really cute.
    Have a good day
    Gabriel

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  25. So beautiful! You take wonderful pictures!! I, too, love the way the stems fan out in the water. My daffs are already pretty much done for the year. They sure didn't last long this time!

    ~Wendy

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