Crocus Pickwick

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jeansgarden said…
What a perfect choice for the last day of February! I don't see any signs of crocus coming up in my garden yet, but I go out and check at least once a day. Soon. -Jean
Lula said…
Jean, this is coincidence I had just left a comment in your blog! Indeed they light up my day! Thanks
Donna said…
Lula, I also have a picture of Pickwick in my blog today...I love it...the beautiful stripes and you captured it beautifully...sadly I have too much snow so mine won't be up yet...
landscapelover said…
Lula, these are in flower in my window box here in Paris. Your photograph is so much more beautiful than anything I could manage, with the light and the glimpse of saffron orange inside. Jill
One said…
Hi Lula, That is a very beautiful shot.
This is a gorgeous shot. What time of day did you take this shot? The lighting is perfect for the flowers.
I have had my beauty fix for the day! The crocus is gorgeous, Thank you!
Lula, Lovely. I have Crocus tommasinianus, snow crocus, in bloom. It has naturalized everywhere. Carolyn
Lula said…
Thanks Donna, Jill, One, Dona, Susan, Carolyn for your words. Dona the shot was taken at 3:15 pm, when some sun appear in the sky and I went for my camera to work on the open crocus. I am looking for new daffodils about to bloom, maybe tomorow.
Carolyn, I have checked images of the crocus you mention and would love to near your garden to shoot them, they should look lovely!
Hello Lula. Your shot is focused and real sharp, bravo ! Thank you for your latest visits on my blog. About your future trip to Majorca, you really should go to Deia, a small village near Valdemossa and its famous Chartreuse where Chopin & George Sand spent a winter. I do appreciate capo Formentor as well. If you wish to want some more ideas, feel free.
Bom said…
Beautiful shot, Lula. Lighting is perfect.