Spilled Sunshine

March 14, 2013

A cascade of nodding daffodils

A cascade of nodding daffodils

Daffodils in a neighbor's parking strip

Daffodils in a neighbor’s parking strip

I am reading Susan Willing Albert’s journal, An Extraordinary Year of Ordinary Days, in which she refers to daffodils as “spilled sunshine.”  Very apt.  This is the only sunshine we’re seeing in gray Seattle right now!



8 Responses to “Spilled Sunshine”

  1. garden.poet Says:

    They’re so bright!

  2. garden.poet Says:

    See them is like waking up. 🙂

  3. Adrienne Says:

    Fun to be reminded what will brighten my Wisconsin yard – once the snow melts, that is.

  4. Karen Says:

    Hi Rosemary,
    I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy reading your blog. Not sure how I came upon it, but have been looking at it a few times a week and enjoy your point-of-view in your photographs and writings. I live in Seattle and many of the places you photograph are places I frequent. The idea of really seeing what is around you and taking the time to notice the details of nature and life….and turning that into art – your watercolors, photographs…and reading poetry and books that also encourages that same “seeing”. Well, I see a kindred spirit and am thoroughly enjoying stopping by.

  5. Carol Says:

    I just found your blog also. Your pictures are beautiful!

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