The Daffodil

Noen påskeliljer har overlevd nattangrepet fra lokale dådyr, og da kan jeg jo like gjerne vise dem frem før noen kommer i tanker om å lage ‘frokost-salat’?
A few daffodils have survived the nocturnal sneak attack from local deers, so I’d better show them to you before someone gets the notion of making a breakfast salad? 🙂

(Compliments of SRB)
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25 Responses to The Daffodil

  1. Paola says:

    They last so little, and are so beautiful!

    • Seenorway says:

      A small trick, Paola, is to plant the roots at different depths. Then they won’t all come at the same time and you may enjoy them longer. And if a deer comes along one morning, he might find only one or two . . .
      (But not too deep or they won’t be coming at all! 🙂 )

  2. Dewin Nefol says:

    I’m not certain that I understand or appreciate what is implied so for the time being, ‘everything does indeed have a possible end to it Svein.’



    • Seenorway says:

      Well, I just opened your profile again, and I wished you welcome! Opening/closing profiles is an internal statistic measure that means nothing to you! I was merely explaining why I can’t consentrate on more than a thousand people that are not really there. Whether a profile is closed or open have no bearing on admission to my pictures. They are all in the open for everyone to enjoy – if they want to!

  3. Dewin Nefol says:

    Hey Svein, Namaste 🙂

    I have a fondness for Daffodils: they were one of my mothers favourite flowers. Of course living here in Wales, UK, the Daffodil is our national flower worn on St David’s Day each March 1. In Welsh, the daffodil is known as “Peter’s leek”, Welsh: cenhinen Bedr.

    Lovely photo, thank you.

    Namaste 🙂


    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Dewin! National flower? :-)Of that I had no idea! Welcome to my blog! If you dig in (sort of), you maay find nearly 7000 pictures posted, nearly every one in ‘full screen’ – large enough to fill a 60 inch screen – for details. Please enjoy!

      • Dewin Nefol says:

        Hey Svein, Namaste 🙂

        A pleasure, thank you for posting 🙂 Wales is awash with daffodils!

        I have been here to your site before – normally via Eugenia’s re-blog – and always to admire the photographs of the flowers: I seem to recall a sumptuous golden rose may have been the last occasion.

        7000 images! That is quite a library and an impressive body of work. I will return from time to time to view and ‘dig in’ to your archive. I shall enjoy all I view, thank you 🙂

        Namaste 🙂


        • Seenorway says:

          Hi Dewin,-
          Aftrer I sent you the last message I noticed that you had visited me before, yes, but I had also marked your profile in ‘black’ (which means a ‘random visitor’), but everything has a possible end to it? 🙂 So if you plan to browse through my archives, I’ll probably have to re-open your file? You may have missed it, but I instigated a thorough search of all my ‘followers’ (beginning march 23rd 2017) in order to find out who was a real ‘follower’ and who was not. And I’m still monitoring all traffic on my blog. Thus I have been able to detect
          a lot of ‘would-be-intruders’ (which I instantly delete. I also report them to WP so that thay may be deleted on all profiles. Please read more about this here:

  4. -Eugenia says:

    😀 Stunning shot, Svein! Reblogged.

  5. -Eugenia says:

    Reblogged this on BrewNSpew and commented:
    Daffodils from Svein!

  6. Leyla says:

    Vakkert 🙂

  7. puzzleblume says:

    Maybe, one morning you could catch one image with a deer, a flower in it’s mouth 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Slim chance! I suspect they are here around 3.30-5.30 am? During this time it’s usually foggy and at any rate pretty dark. The solu7tion would, of course, be an automatic ‘game-camera’, but I don’t have one. (And I don’t bother to buy one) There are too many people jogging along the tracks in my neighborhood! I don’t think I’d ever find it again! 🙂

      • puzzleblume says:

        Oh-oh, I understand. It is enough for me to wake up with the birds each morning, but they are late in comparision with the deers.

        • Seenorway says:

          In June there might be light enough at 4.00 am but no deers. They do it, but by then it’s food just about anywhere and you may spot them in the fringe between farmers fields and the wood – that is if you happen to have your bed near by? 🙂

  8. vestlending says:

    Plutselig kunne jeg bruke min gamle konto igjen? Merkelige greier?

    • Seenorway says:

      Da er det kanskje noen andre som har brukt den i mellomtiden da?Nei, jeg har ikke slettet deg i min oppfølgingsliste. Tvert imot har jeg ført allt trafikk ned på Vestlending siden du åpnet den andre profilen.

  9. utesmile says:

    Nice to have one left…. I didn’t know deer eat that 🙂 enjoy while it is blooming!

  10. C.E.Robinson says:

    Svein, beautiful daffodil. Spring is finally here. 😊 Christine

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