Sunday, March 5, 2017

Daffodils'-Eye View

Winter and spring have been jumbled for weeks. Buds opened too early followed by a dusting of snow or a morning glaze of ice. The daffodils refuse to wait any longer. This group, planted long ago along an aging fence, remind me why daffodils are a favorite subject of crayon-clutching children everywhere. It's an analogous-colored composition based on circles and lines. The fence adds a nice rhythm. The view is great from down here!