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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Daffodils, Moss and Grape Vine

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  1. I love Daffodils, so cheerful and bright in the spring! Great photography as always!

  2. What a stunning, simple, wonderful combination!


  3. Just lovely, your moss looks so fresh! I have to order mine from Oregon and it looks good but never this good.


  4. I can tell that you like to play with your camera. The photos are so pretty. Love the drops on the pretty daffs. Hope you have a nice day Tatyana.

  5. The moss is a wonderful soil cover for the daffodils. We are sitting here with the A/C on, and you have snow...amazing.

  6. So simple yet so beautiful!

  7. Your daffodils are beautiful Tatyana. Even with the touches of snow on them. I hope you get some warmer temperatures soon. Have a terrific week.

  8. Hi Tatyana, what a beautiful planter you have created! I loved seeing the daffodils grow and coming into bloom. The planter itself is particularly pretty. Thanks for this nice treat on the day of the beginning of spring!

  9. Yup, A/C has been on for two days now. Glad too, the pollen count is REALLY high.

  10. Beautiful photos as always! Thanks for sharing! Spring is in the Air!!

  11. Lovely! I wouldn't have thought of moss under daffodils, but it is beautiful.

  12. What a creative use of the grape vine to support the daffodils...I would never have thought of that, but it all looks so natural!

  13. Tatyana, Spring is certainly here! Your arrangement of daffodils, moss and grape vine looks lovely and fresh.

  14. Wonderful photos!
    I really like the way you have shown them as they progress over time. My favorite is the single bloom with the rain drops.
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!
    Lea's Menagerie

  15. Lovely, makes me eager to see when ours are coming up.

    Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

  16. These beautiful photos really say spring! Happy spring to you! :)

  17. Hi! The variety in this collection of photos is amazing! I love how you can create so many different moods with your photography! The daffy and moss are so pretty together and I would have never thought of the grapevine. Cool addition. Thank you for sharing!

  18. I think I saw a dusting of snow in that one photo. Hmmm... Crazy weather. We got a foot of snow yesterday. Can you believe that? I love your harbingers of spring photo shoot. The cement container is amazing too. Girl you are so talented!!!

  19. Thank you, my friends! Your words of encouragement are very important for me!
    P.S. Grace, please melt that snow since we are going to your state for the school spring break!

  20. Beautiful daffodils and I love your planters. The moss is great - must try it myself in springtime planters
    Best wishes

  21. Such a joy and a delight Tanya nice to see your daffodils.


  22. The Pacific NW always amazes me with it's abundant greenery! But I didn't like to see your spring snow. We've dodged that bullet this year, instead enjoying a very early and warm spring. What a blessing!

  23. Your daffodils are adorable. You have captured the simple beauty of this humble flower in more ways than one. Thank you very much for generously sharing your garden gems with us.

  24. Your daffodil pictures are simply stunning! The ones with the water droplets on them have so much clarity and are probably my favorites. The arrangement with the moss and the vines is very pretty as well.


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