Daffodil Snow Day

By: danitacahill

Mar 21 2012

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Category: bokeh, Floral, Photography, Winter

6 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:300mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/50 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi

We had an unexpected storm hit the Mid-Willamette Valley in Oregon today. It dumped five inches of snow. On this, the second day of spring.

Very strange to see the daffodils, flowering plum trees and primroses covered in snow.

Copyright Danita Cahill. All rights reserved.

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6 comments on “Daffodil Snow Day”

  1. Barbara wrote on my Facebook link: “I rescued two of mine that were bent almost to the ground with snow and brought them inside and put them in a vase. We’ll see what they look like when they thaw.”

  2. On my Facebook link Glenda-Dennis wrote: “Some people say they will pop up after the snow melts but I have a feeling most of the bloomed ones are going to be too bent to get their poor faces out of the mud. Sad …”

  3. Kerri wrote: “Shelbi sledded over my blooming daffodils today… ha! :)”

  4. Becky wrote: “What was Grandma’s chicken yard has lots of daffodils. All bent over and covered with snow. Bless their little hearts. The snow is falling again. Where is all the water going to go when the snow melts?”

  5. Robbie wrote: “My flowering plum that is flowering got busted up 😦 It was so pretty and now I don’t think it’s salvagable!”

  6. Barbara S. wrote: “I’m hoping my Magnolia tree makes it ok.”


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