Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lake

Wednesday’s Photo

First of May Greetings

Today I am posting only one photo. Nature is quite a bit behind in our neck of the woods in Western Canada. Normally the cherry trees would have already shown their blossoms and the plum trees would have put on their white dress. Last week I caught the late bloomer of a daffodil in the brilliant morning light. Truly a harbinger of spring! Enjoy.

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20 comments

  1. Jodi · May 1, 2019

    Oh beautiful daffodils of spring!!!

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  2. Nurul Fitri Lubis · May 1, 2019

    Beautiful daffodils, Peter. Can’t wait to see more in the next posts.

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  3. thecedarjournal · May 1, 2019

    Ahhh, I missed that variety when it bloomed here. Was able to still see tulips in my garden when I arrived home on Monday. The lilacs are blooming now here in NL. Short lived but always wonderful in the large plantings.

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  4. Amy · May 1, 2019

    I do love the daffodils—they are always a welcomed sign.

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  5. GP Cox · May 1, 2019

    The lake must really be coming into full bloom about now, eh?!!

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  6. Su Leslie · May 1, 2019

    Beautiful daffodil. Hope Spring arrives more completely soon.

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  7. Anonymous · May 1, 2019

    Oh, Osterglocken. Beautiful

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  8. rabirius · May 2, 2019

    Beautiful flower.

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  9. Debra · May 2, 2019

    I had daffodils in February in Scotland and they’re now out in Finland. There is a wee cherry tree in the local park that is just starting to show it’s pink. More and more flowers are coming out – almost all of them at once it seems. The grass is just showing but I think the main issue here was the draught. Thank God it started to rain yesterday.

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    • Peter Klopp · May 2, 2019

      So good to hear that you finally had rain, Debra.

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      • Debra · May 3, 2019

        It turned into snow pretty quickly.

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  10. Sarah · May 7, 2019

    Brilliant photo, Peter!

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  11. Anonymous · May 10, 2019

    Well, flowers are a marvel of this planet! The question is if we deserve all these things…For all those who appreciate these flowers I advise you to read this beautiful poem of the British classical literature: https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/45521/i-wandered-lonely-as-a-cloud
    Have a wonderful spring!

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    • Peter Klopp · May 10, 2019

      I become acquainted with the lovely poem when I attended high school in Germany so many many years ago.

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  12. jml297 · May 10, 2019

    Such a gorgeous photo with the promise of more blooms to follow!

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