12 May 2015

Lost Spring

Such Soft Colors

Spring sometimes seems to speed by way too fast. Especially when accompanied by one big snowstorm after another. (That's not a complaint. We want the mountains to have plenty of water and no forest fires...)

Last year, I planted a few new daffodils, in non-standard colors, because deer and bunnies don't eat them.

This year, they bloomed for the first time!

This year, the snow got 'em...

How Unusual!

The Prettiest Daffodil

Yikes!!!

4 comments :

  1. It's all Queen Elsa's fault!

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  2. With the snow and the animals you sure have to be determined haha

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  3. Well, at least Colorado got some much-needed moisture.

    Somebody needs to develop a snow-proof daffodil. Maybe they could cross it with Kevlar or something....

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    1. Do you think flowers would be as pretty if they were Kevlared or Tyveked? But you have given me yet another crochet inspiration...

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