Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Daffs And Ducks

Daffodils can be found around Dow's Lake while the tulips are blooming.


With the lake in such close proximity, ducks are often here as well. This pair were walking around, and can be seen in the background of the shot that follows this one. Tomorrow we start with the tulips.

36 comments:

  1. Most of our daffodils here are gone by the time the tulips come up. These are very pretty.

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  2. Beautiful daffodils. Looking forward to see the tulips.

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  3. It is nice to have flowers in the public parks to enjoy for everyone.

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  4. Nice! Overhere the daffodils are gone, but we still have some tulips.

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  5. Lovely walk down to the waterfor Mr and Mrs Duck :)

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  6. This year we will have a good spring. Here in Spain, it is raining in abundance.

    Tomás.

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  7. @Kay: here they always come up together.

    @Nancy: I have already taken a good number of shots.

    @Marianne: it is!

    @Janey: they are pretty.

    @Jan: the tulips have been late this year.

    @Grace: I found myself wondering if they were nesting.

    @Tomas: we have had mostly sunny days lately.

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  8. I love daffodils and tulips and ducks. You're a lucky man!

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  9. Daffodils bring a bright start to spring. It won't be long and we will have lots of tulips.

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  10. Daffodils are such cheerful flowers.

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  11. Nice to see daff's ours are nigh on gone now

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  12. YAY!!! The Daffs are out. so pretty. Ours have been gone since March--early this year.
    MB

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  13. @Lowell: lots more to come. Well, not so many ducks.

    @Red: I'm going to be busy taking a whole lot of tulip pics for at least a couple of weeks more!

    @Sharon: they certainly are.

    @Bill: our spring is later.

    @MB: and we get everything late!

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  14. Lovely flowers and cute ducks! :)

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  15. All those flowers make for a beautiful scene. Add some ducks and you can't go wrong. Nice photos William!

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  16. Great post today.
    Beautiful.

    cheers, parsnip and thehamish

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  17. Isn't it lovely to see the daffodils again. Great shots!

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  18. It's been a good spring for daffodils!

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  19. Very pretty views of the daffodils!

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  20. Most of our daffodils are dying now but the tulips are looking good. I love those white daffs with the orange centres.

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  21. The daffodils look lovely as a feature in the middle of the road. Most appealing.

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  22. @Linda: ducks are characters.

    @Bill: thank you!

    @Parsnip: thanks!

    @Denise: they're really in good shape.

    @RedPat: it certainly has, thus far.

    @Marleen: thank you!

    @Jenny: our tulips have been late this year, but they're coming along.

    @Gemma: it's a good use of a traffic island.

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  23. Daffies are a precursor to tulips!

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  24. i had to go back and see the duck, i missed him. oops, love the daffys. so pretty. i love all the different colors they do have. amazing! had a back app today, i feel like a million bucks, the dr asked me why i had taken so long to come in for a visit. i feel young again. ( ;

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  25. I'm very fond of daffodils and ducks....so a lovely post.

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  26. Love the daffodils. It was one of the plants that heralded spring in the Northwest.

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  27. @Halcyon: they are indeed.

    @Tex: thank you!

    @Beth: they're always around.

    @Geoff: thanks!

    @Mari: as it does here.

    @Revrunner: it's going to be quite a lot of tulips!

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  28. Very pretty daffodils and I love seeing the ducks. Can't wait for the tulips!

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  29. Daffodils don't grow in Florida and I return north too late to see them. Sigh.

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  30. Daffs and Ducks--good post title!

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  31. Spring is on the way, William !

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