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March 28, 2010

Spring and Daffodils in the Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia


Spring is in the air and the daffodils are in bloom in one of the gardens in Colonial Williamsburg.  In the foreground is the cold frame used to extend the growing season for some vegetables or to start seeds.

11 comments:

Pat Tillett said...

love this photo...
old, drab, and BAM...bright yello daffodills...

Inverness Daily Photo said...

Spring at last.

Leif Hagen said...

Tulips are up a little here but I think you're ahead of us with the other flowers!
The colonial music makes me smile and remember our family visit to Williamsburg during high school!

lewi14 said...

Wonderful spring shot, I like it. Daffodils are beautiful.

Matty said...

This could be an average picture, but you really make it unique with the perspective you chose. Very nice.

chasity said...

love this picture...
looks like those daffodils have been there for many years~ coming up as a surprise every year.

beautiful.

Bella said...

I love the angle of the photo looking down the fence line. It's nice to see your city through your eyes, Thanks! Bella

Carolyn said...

Lovely photo. Have you noticed how many blogs have yellow flowers on them this week? The color is such a bright contrast to the gray of winter. It seems to appeal to all of us. Happy spring!

Hilda said...

Beautiful!

Spiderdama said...

Beautiful and it is spring!:-)

Marka said...

Such a pretty sight after today's more-or-less-continuous rain.

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