March 31, 2008
Tags: daffodils, flowers, photography, Woodburn, Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm
Category: outdoors, Pacific Northwest, photography, plants
7 Comments »
Ahh, I am jealous. I could really use a sniff of these right now. The rate we’re going, we won’t see this sorta stuff for a long time!
jan – soon!
paul – thanks!
I’d love a print of that for my kitchen if you ever do that sort of thing…
I’ve never seen daffodils of that variety. They look exactly like tulips 😉
that’s kind of funny, becca, because they really are daffodils. My flower knowledge is minimal, but maybe tulips and daffodils look a lot alike??
Funny! 🙂 I thought they were tulips, too! I didn’t realize that daffodils looked like tulips before they opened.
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