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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Water, Daffodils and Geese. My Pictures of the Day

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32 comments:

  1. Look like you you enjoyed it! I am looking forward to drinking in some of those pink blossoms... in another month and a half, hopefully.

    Thanks for sharing!
    Julie

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  2. What a pretty planting of bulbs at the waters edge. They look like they are floating on the lake! Seems like a great place to get out and enjoy spring.

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  3. I like the picture of the day and the daffodils. Yours

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  4. What a great view. Those daffodils just complete the picture.

    Eileen

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  5. Lovely pictures. It is unusual to see daffs next to water.

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  6. beautiful daffs by the water...

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  7. Great composition in photo #3 with all of those intersecting lines. When I drove into town today, I noticed that the flowering plums are all flowering. Pretty.

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  8. This is an unexpected scene. Very pretty though. I am wondering how welcome the geese are in this location, even though they make a great shot.

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  9. Thanks for the peaceful photos. A nice way to wind up my day.

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  10. Refreshing to see such longed for sights after a long winter break... L

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  11. Thank you everyone! I am glad you like the pictures! Our yoga class moved to this location, and I am very happy!
    The daffodils grow in wooden boxes above the water. The gees are OK there, they are on their way to Canada.

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  12. lovely photos, thought it seems like the geese are not supposed to be there, are they? My post today is all about water too. The pink tree is so beautiful, already spring!

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  13. the daffodils are beautiful and it look so welcoming for boats to dock and set their eye on the daffodils. People walking on the jeti must feel special too with those nice daffodil scenary.

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  14. Dear Tatyana, What a lovely idea to plant daffs in that way. Beautiful and crisp reflections! Would be fun to get on one of those boats and sail away.

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  15. Beautiful scenery of the dock with such clear reflections on the water, highlights of the bright yellow daffodils and pink blooms and the geese accentuate the perfect picture!

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  16. Beautiful scenes Tatyana. We have some Canada Geese that must have a nest nearby---they are squawking all night long.

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  17. The daffodils look really wonderful close to the water. Nice photos. My post this week shows all the snow we had Tuesday and Wednesday so daffodils will be weeks away for me here. I can dream!! Jack

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  18. How pretty! I really love the daffodils along the edge of the water.
    I hope you've had a chance to enjoy all this beautiful weather we've been having.

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  19. Hi Tatyana, Lovely spring pictures! I also must say that the slope garden in the last post is really stunning.

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  20. Dear Tatyana, Lovely springtime views! I hope you can see the daffs. and water from a window as you do yoga - very restful. P x

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  21. I like those geese, sadly for all the wrong reasons!

    Roasted, mmmm!

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  22. I'm glad to hear you are doing your yoga class in such a beautiful spot. This summer I did my yoga out in the yard. It was awsome! Especially at night under the stars with the lightling bugs.

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  23. Our spring is in a state of suspended animation due to unusually cold weather. Today I was reduced to counting the buds on my daffodils. It's nice to see the actual flowers on yours. -Jean

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  24. Wow! Those daffs just jump out of the image- really beautiful! I hope you've been well Tatyana- happy spring :)

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  25. what a beautiful view and it looks like the daffodils and geese are enjoying it as well!

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  26. Nice photos Tatyana. The daffs are so pretty along the water's edge.

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  27. the yellows light up your days

    greetings from Germany

    Gina

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  28. Daffs do indeed look great Tatyana, look very much like my favourite Jetfire.

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