Our life living off the land in our log cabin, breathing fresh mountain air, and getting back to basics.

Sunday, March 23, 2014


I beg your indulgence for one more day. My lone daffodil has bloomed, and not only is it the only bright spot in my stand of daffodils, it's the only flower anywhere near our cabin. Though it's true there are multiple photographic opportunities during the winter months, there's nothing more pleasing to the eye--my eye anyway--than intimate pictures of the soft, brightly colored petals of newly opened spring flowers. This morning I found myself crouched once again in front of my daffodil, leaning one way and then kneeling the other, all the while hitting the shutter release button...click...click...click... These are some of the resulting photographs (some images are cropped; no other editing or adjustments have been made).



I hope you enjoyed my Daffodil-ery!

Thanks for reading my blog, see you tomorrow,


Osage Bluff Quilter said...

I wish I could take photos as beautiful as yours!

Linda said...

Gorgeous and spectacular images!

Vicki Lane said...

Nice close ups!

Powell River Books said...

Great shots with lots of dew to catch the light. - Margy

Lise said...

Thank you all!