Sunday, April 20, 2014

three tulips and a daffodil


(The name of my next movie.)  Anyway, even though these jewels are gone now, I just had to post one more wave of color on this Easter Sunday.

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  1. I wandered lonely as a cloud that floats on high o'er vales and hills, when all at once I saw a crowd,a host of golden daffodils.
    William Wordsworth
    A poem I learnt as a very small child and nwver forgot. Your movie title is great...but what will it be a romantic drama of 3 tulips in love.
    with a daffodil ? A Romeo and Julia in the fliwer world ?
    Anyway the photo as an explosion of colours.
    Tess

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    1. Having grown up in the south of the US, I really appreciate the daffodils as they were plentiful. Of course, then we called them buttercups... which must be peculiar to that area because that name everywhere else means a different flower. Anyway, the movie. I'm looking for a good script writer. Someone clever, likes poetry, with lots of time on their hands. Know anyone ?!

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  2. Oh ok, so when is it released? :-) Joyeuses Pâques !

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    1. It's been held up a bit, due to contract negotiations with Hugh Grant and Andie MacDowell.

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    1. Thanks. I hope all is improving on the home front.

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  4. It will be a very flowery film with a lost of has-beens!

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    1. Hmmm. Sounds like you think it would be a Hollywood movie.

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  5. I captured some tulips at our Botanical Gardens yesterday that were still hanging on! Love the colors of yours!
    V

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    1. Yeah, I suspect we're several weeks ahead of you. In spite of the fact that we're about the latitude of Labrador !

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  6. They're true beauties!

    Our tulips are just starting to poke up out of the soil... we won't see blooms for at least a couple of weeks.

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    1. You Canadians really know the meaning of delayed gratification.

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    2. Doesn't mean we are happy with it!

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  7. Your flower shots in this, and the previous post, are lovely. I saw some fully bloomed crocuses this afternoon and was almost giddy.

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    1. I know that feeling well... just a bit in advance of you folks.

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  8. Sounds a little like Cinderella Stuart, who have you got to play the daffodil :)

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    1. Well, I'm still interviewing. Know anyone daffy ?!

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