Skywatch Friday: A Daffodil's Eye View of the Sky



From April 6, 2012

This photo of my favorite flower made me think of a photographic negative.  On this day, the sun light and its warmth were not where I expected them to be.  It's always good and refreshing, if somewhat inconvenient, to remember that my expectations have nothing at all to do with--anything at all.

Skywatch Friday

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  1. Sandy, your photos are always shining- weather it be sun-rain-hail-or snow - lol

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  2. wonder-ful photo, expectations sometimes cloud our view of serendipity!

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  3. So true It is what it is. lol
    Nice shot

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  4. Great pics, Sandy!

    Hank

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  5. Wonderful capture of a gorgeous flower, Sandy! I love daffodils and their heartwarming color!! Have a beautiful day!

    Sylvia

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  6. I just realized this year that daffodil's have a lovely scent. so pretty is your photograph. so wise are your thoughts on expectations... good reminder.

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  7. Anonymous1:10 PM

    A wonderful insight to go with that lovely shot!

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  8. Beautiful photo for SWF,Sandy!Thank you for sharing and have a nice weekend!

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  9. Your mascot of spring AND your great expectations made me smile! I like the smell of daffodils too. . .hope you have more lovelies to enjoy as the season unfolds.

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  10. Love the creative post title and the daffodil is a beautiful glowing gold almost outshining the radiant sky behind it!

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  11. That blue sky is a perfect backdrop for your favorite flower. The sun was in the daffodil no doubt. Just look at all that yellow.

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  12. I love daffodils and this is a beautiful shot.

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  13. This is a beautiful picture to go with your profound observation.

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  14. dancing and music!


    Warm Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral

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  15. The photo "negative" actually made me feel positively happy. Daffodils are my favorite flower in any light. And I miss them (in both senses of the word) here in Florida. (And your wry observation is well-taken!)

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  16. Delightful! Have a great weekend.

    Sunrise, please come and see when you get a chance.

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  17. Nice pic, but yes our expectations don't have to do much with anything.

    A big part of my job is managing expections, of others.

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  18. I really love daffodils. - Margy

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  19. So pretty, Sandy. Spring is certainly the refreshing and renewing season that is to be enjoyed by all of us. Have a terrific weekend. Mickie :)

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  20. Beautiful shot!

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