Sunday, February 15, 2009
Mellow Yellow Monday #6
Hi. It's time again for Mellow Yellow Monday, thanks to Drowsey Monkey. And I say it's time for spring flowers. I'm tired of waiting.
The forsythia is in my back yard. The pictures were taken last year at different times, in different light. The daffodils were from a bunch I bought just last weekend.
So many different shades of yellow! I think I like the last one the best.
Labels: Daffodils, forsythia, Mellow Yellow Monday
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I agree. The last picture has the deepest yellow and it is my favourite.
The forsythia are so pretty! I can hardly wait to get gardening again.
Yellow is my second favorite color! I have a vase of forsythia in my kitchen now - it has been blooming here for about a week.
They are all lovely. Daffodils are so nice and bright. perhaps i ought to get some of them home too. Or tulips.
The last image is the best of the three because of the warm tone of yellow against a light blue sky. Such a pleasing combination and beautiful rich flowers.
I like the last one the best, too. Beautiful yellow colors, Bobbie. I love forsythia. I started a piece in my yard a couple years ago and it is now good size.
Wow the forsythias are beautiful ! I am tired of seeing hibernating plants now.
Time to make them bloom !
Nothing says 'Spring' like yellow flowers! Beautiful and I love the first daffodils - can't wait to see some :O)
So gorgeous! Does make me yearn for spring!
yup, the last is the best. Deep yellow, blue sky, and sun light. Pretty!
Oh such yellow! That last photo is amazing ... never seen flowers like that before - love em!
A little bit of sunshine on a cool day. Very beautiful.
Sunshine .. and spring .. I want both NOW
Beautiful & Cheery :)
What a beautiful set of yellow flowers for todays meme
I love the flowers. I couldn't wait for spring to see all the yellow in flowers here in frederick county.
I love the way they catch the light, especially the last one
Came over for a "hit" of floral sunshine... I am enormously cheered by your gorgeous shots and for a couple of minutes, completely forgot about the bleak, cold frozen tundra and dirty, frozen snowbanks. Thanks!
Oh beautiful, beautiful. I cannot wait for forsythia and daffies and tulips. Things are melting around here but I think it'll take at least a month or more. Or more.
Thanks for the happy yellow, Bobbie!
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