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Prolific: Daffodils

This weekly theme is ‘prolific’.

The Netherlands, Oegstgeest – April 2018

 

Shot with iPhoneX edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

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11 Responses to “Prolific: Daffodils”

  1. Timelesslady

    Great choice Cee…my heart is wrapped in the yellow of daffodils this week too. I will have to try a few of your suggested apps, and also see what a few of mine will look like in black and white. Kathy

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  2. updownflight

    It’s interesting to see them in black and white.

    They definitely are prolific. It’s always interesting to walk in the woods and suddenly in an unlikely place there they are, blooming. It seems odd that anyone would plant them in such places.

    Whenever I see large numbers of daffodils I think of the movie Dr. Zhivago.

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  3. Rajiv

    I remember his goal in the World Cup. Mesmerising. The NL should have won that World Cup. You had such a magical team at that time

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