The butterfly counts not months, but moments, and has time enough. - Rabindranath Tagore
Now that is a lovely sight!!! Gorgeous shot!
Thank you, Chris. I felt lucky to find that view.
Wonderful photo. Thank you for sharing it. You mentioned on Blotanical how nature teaches and comforts. I have claimed on more than one occasion that listening to trees saved my life. I also am never so comfortable and comforted than when I am in nature. Cheers!
I am a better person just being in nature every day. You speak the language of nature and its calming effect. Thank you!
Beautiful picture. The branches of the tree over the daffodils,cannot find words how wonderful it looks.
Thank you, Janneke. It was a lovely moment.
Gorgeous!! Those trees remind me of live oaks. :o)
Thank you, Tammy. They did have a movement about them. :)
A really gorgeous photo. I love the contrast of the soft yellow narcissi with the craggy tree branches.
The sea of daffodils was too lovely to pass up...thank you!
It's wonderful composition: soft yellow tulips spot and dark graphical trunks of trees. Great!
Thank you very much, Nadezda. I appreciate it!
That is stunning, Michelle! It should be framed on your wall!
How nice of you to say, Beth. :)
I just love that tree and seeing it underplanted with daffs in a drift is pure beauty
Thank you, Donna. I found this at a botanical garden.
that is a fantastic photograph. I want that tree.
Thank you, Marguerite. I wish I could remember what it was, but we saw so many things that day. It does have a lot of character.
Ciao! Ho scoperto ora il tuo blog! Lo seguirò con piacere :)Un saluto.
Thank you! I am glad you are enjoying your visit.
That's a lovely composed photo, it just says SPRING!Have a great week, take care, Helene.
Thank you, Helene. I hope you have a great week as well.
A sight for sore eyes.
Thank you lots, Alistair!
Beautiful! I agree with PlantPostings--this should be framed.
Thank you, Rose. I may take it to my next art show. :)
What a gorgeously composed photo! I am already missing the daffodils (they come and go in March around here). It's wonderful to see your photo. I don't miss them so much now.
Thank you, Cindy. I miss the daffodils, too. They were in such good form on that day.
'I see trees of green, red roses, tooI see 'em bloom for me and for youAnd I think to myself, what a wonderful world' --What a Wonderful WorldThank you for visiting The Sage Butterfly blog. I enjoy reading your charming reflections very much. Have a great day!
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