Cheerful Spring Daffodils

Last week I started walking every morning to ensure that I get some exercise and breathe in a little outside air. Walking in the morning has made going outside more regular for me instead of waiting for the afternoon to go out. By the afternoon, my energy is spent and I have no desire to go out. At least morning walks prevent me from spending day after day within our apartment walls.

Besides the exercise, another benefit of going outside has been the chance to see the signs of spring. Slowly the grass has turned green and, a few days ago, I saw that the daffodils in gardens have bloomed.

The sight of the yellow flowers is a cheerful one – especially when they are surrounded by plants that have not yet woken up from winter.

Each morning I pass these clusters of daffodils and I cannot help but smile. I now look forward to seeing the tulips flower.

Have you noticed any daffodils flowering on your daily walks?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to Becky’s Square Challenge. During the month of April, we are challenged to share photos featuring #squaretops)

11 thoughts on “Cheerful Spring Daffodils

  1. Beautiful, I’ve noticed many wildflowers spring this week including poppies and today was especially lovely as it was drizzling and everything had that morning dew look even though it was late afternoon.


  2. My backyard has come to life with a number of white, pink and purple flowers, and the Hummingbirds are voracious right now as well – nature is shrugging this crisis off and going about its business!


  3. Daffodils are pretty much done for here this year. They were beautiful and cheering while they lasted. The Iris are starting to pop out in buds. Your photos are beautiful.


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