Friday, March 20, 2009

PhotoHunt - Yellow



This week's PhotoHunt assignment: YELLOW. This one isn't too challenging around here in March.


Ms. P discovers daffodils.





Paperwhites - not as showy yellow as daffs.

27 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Wonderful that you have daffodils in March. I have a while to wait yet. ;-)

Jientje said...

Wow!! I LOVE that first picture, that is so sweet!! You should frame it, I mean it!

annant said...

nice macro shots! lurve them :)
have a great weekend ya :)

Hootin' Anni said...

Awww, that top photo is just precious and the closeups are stupendous.

Mine's posted...yellow flowers in our yard. Happy Hunting.

Gorgeous Nelly said...

You take great macro shots. I like the second one. Mine's up at http://prettyfabulous.blogspot.com/2009/03/photo-hunt-10-yellow.html

Jazemaze said...

Lovely flowers, a very nice pick for this weeks theme

ScroochChronicles said...

Ms. P is so cute. And the daffodil makes her even cuter :)

my post is here

Vita Stunder said...

I really love your first shot! :) It's awesome!

Mine is up too!
Have a great weekend :)

June said...

So bright and cheerful all!

Mira said...

Aww these are great shots, love them. Here's mine http://www.mirasblog.com/2009/03/photo-hunt-11-yellow.html

*lynne* said...

These are great shots. My personal fave is the last one: I guess I prefer the more subtle yellow of the paperwhites :)

Here's mine: my first participation in Photo Hunt!!

cheers,
*lynne*

Randi said...

What an adorable face!

PowersTwinB said...

That first photo is adorable with Ms P looking carefully at the flower! I agree with another poster, you should frame that one! Beautiful! My hunt is up, please come and visit soon...Come and see what 65 looks like on some women

Ladykli said...

Ms. P is quite adorable. I agree with Jientje, you should frame it. I love your other yellows too. I posted yellow flowers too. Please come have a look.

Brita said...

Great shots! The first is so precious and the others, wow.

kaye said...

love the photo of the daffodils with the little darling

Mudhooks said...

I am smelling those Narcissus!

http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2009/03/20/photohunter-yellow/

Aileni said...

Yes, the ubiquitous and lovely Daff.

Apparently the Yellowhammer is the commonest bunting - but not in my vicinity. My son saw one when we were living on Inishfree - about ten years ago.

Mojo said...

Maybe not as showy, but more elegant in my opinion.

Unless I'm gravely mistaken the Lookout Express is a diesel powered machine. The masts and rigging are most likely boats moored behind it. Beaufort is home to a lot of boats. Really, really, obnoxiously expensive boats.

storyteller said...

Lovely photo ... she's adorable! My daffodils are just sprouts at this moment. I played at Sacred Ruminations.
Hugs and blessings,

Mrs Mecomber said...

Lovely photos. Start 'em gardening young, I say! I did yellow today, too! I hope you can come visit.

http://ilovenewyorktravel.net/photo-hunters-yellow/

Have a great weekend!

healingmagichands said...

I'm agreeing with Jintje. That first photo is a keeper.

Mudhooks said...

I was remiss in not including a photo of my favorite yellow thing on the planet... I have rectified that and "Elvis is now in the building".

http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2009/03/20/photohunter-yellow/

Tammy said...

Aw, the first one is such a sweet picture! Have a great weekend!

ramblingwoods.com said...

Oh my gosh..that first photo is so sweet...

EastCoastLife said...

Daffodils in bloom not only in gardens but in PhotoHunt posts! :)
Happy Spring!

diXymiss said...

Doesn't get much more beautiful than this ~ babies and blossoms! Hurrah for Spring!!!

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