Pop of Yellow

March 21, 2020

Picture of the Week

yellow daffodil bud
taken March 18, 2020
f/9; exposure time: 1/400sec; ISO 1600
focal length 18mm (macro lenses)
CANON EOS Rebel T6
AMAZON: Where Daffodils Bloom

I love how the background turned out in this photo! This is the same flower I showed you yesterday (you can see it below), just taken earlier by 2 days.

taken March 20, 2020

“Then my heart with pleasure fills
and dances with the daffodils.”
~ William Wordsworth

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β€œO fateful flower beside the rill
the daffodil
the daffodil!”

~ Jean Ingelow

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Much love!

2 Comments on “Pop of Yellow

  1. Love yellow and daffodils it seems:

    The Meaning of The Color Yellow. … Empowering … On one hand yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism, enlightenment, remembrance, intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy, but on the other, it represents cowardice and deceit. And for plants, turning yellow can indicate a virus disease!

    But still love yellow and daffodils indeed!

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