Saturday Snapshots #32


Spring has sprung, Green Park, London – March 2009

Can there be anything that lifts the spirits as much as the sight of a carpet of daffodils with their impossibly hellow heads nodding gently in the breez after a long, chilly, boiler-breaking winter in London??

Nope, didn't think so.

This is part of a series of non-food photographs that will be published every Saturday on CookSister. Click here for a full list of photographs previously featured.  If you like this or any other photo featured in Saturday Snapshots, why not buy it as a greeting card or print in my RedBubble store?

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  1. says

    I love your Saturday Snapshot series idea. How fabulous. And what a great picture. You’ve totally captured the essence of spring!!

  2. browniegirl says

    WHOOHOOOOOOO!!! YEEEEHAH!!! GO GO Jeanne!!!…Oops sorry couldnt contain my excitement for a minute there :o) A double delight win for cooksister….CONGRATULATIONS!!! Well done girl, may you go from strength to strength…..God bless, Hugs, xxx Stunning photo btw….love the first flush of spring in those London parks and gardens. xxx

  3. says

    I work right by a cometary and one of the things I love to do more than anything this time of year is just wander through and admire all the daffodils that have popped up in bunches around the tombstones. It’s so oddly relaxing!

  4. says

    Ah, I can feel your relief as well. The only thing taking the edge off all this springiness was my heating bill this week. After having it on 24 hours a day to accommodate new baby and fight the frost, it was UGLY. Still, yay spring. :)

  5. says

    Stunning daffodil. Wish they were blooming like that in New York, but spring hasn’t really arrived here yet. Your collection of photos is fantastic. Such a variety of subjects, we’re all wondering what will appear next. I’m also wondering what type of camera you use. Thanks for sharing these photos.

  6. says

    I love the sight of daffodils. After each miserable UK winter my mood is immediately cheered up by the sight of these beautiful flowers.