Wednesday, March 10

Here Comes the Sun!

I used to be able to place photos/commentary just about anywhere on the page, but all of a sudden, bl*gger has decided that it doesn't want me to have that control anymore. So, try as I might, the commentary here is going to be above the photo, whether I want it to or not. Bah. These yellow crocus pop up unexpectedly every year. Somehow I seem to forget that they are just underground, waiting for the warmth of the sun to make them burst forth. Nothing says spring like a patch of sunny yellow crocus.

21 comments:

Kay Dennison said...

Pretty!!!!!! We actually had sun today and I had to take off my jacket because it was too hot!!! There are still big piles of snow in my front yard but they are shrinking!!!!!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, they're beautiful! And they do promise sun and a new season -- a spring season! Yes!!!! Have a great day!

Sylvia

Gilly said...

Yes, crocuses are gorgeous the way they pop up regardless of what snow etc has given them!

We have some lovely purple and yellow ones, all mkxed up - lovely!

LL Cool Joe said...

Yes we too have just seen the first few crocus pop their heads through the soil. It kind of amazes me that they are there, and survive another year.

John said...

Such beautiful Crocus! Great photo! I know you used to be able to drag videos around too and can't do that anymore. Sorry I haven't visited the blog in awhile! I know I have much catching up to do!

Arkansas Patti said...

Spring is really coming isn't it. Those crocus are lovely. Our daffodils are coming up all over here.
We will be mowing before you know it.

bobbie said...

Blogger is weird.

So glad to see your crocuses. Mine are still just sprouts. I planted quite a few last fall. But I do see one blooming in my daughter's yard.

Lynn said...

I love seeing crocuses popping up. We've got some jonquils around here, too.

tiff said...

why did I think crocus didn't grow down here? Must go get me some. :)

Olga said...

I've been noticing blogger getting more pushy, too. I just love those first flowers of spring.

Grannymar said...

I love yellow in the garden, the crocus or the daffodil I don't mind either.

Pat said...

Snap;)

sonia a. mascaro said...

They are beautiful!
Have a nice week ahead!

Linda said...

Beautiful.

oklhdan said...

Ahhhhh don't you love the first signs of Spring? What a beautiful yellow color.

Ginnie said...

Since I live just 60 miles South of you Judy I experience the same things. We are lucky to have had such a tame winter...we really dodged the bullet as compared to the rest of the nation.
Lovely picture.

rosemary said...

They are so bright and make me feel like Spring!!!

As for blogger...I have trouble with the underline thing, photos to the left or right when I want them centered. I have pretty much always put my captions above my photos....i have trouble figuring out which photo to load first and last.

femail doc said...

Mine are out too. I'm always so glad to see them poking out of the aging snow. I never have figured out how to put pictures anywhere but the top of the post.

srp said...

I really don't think mine are going to come up... I must have waited too long to plant. I do have that one daffodil that has opened up completely today. So we should have another cold spell soon.

Tracie said...

Those are gorgeous!!! I'm excited about spring!

(blogger doesn't like me to decide where my pictures are in relation to my text either....they have issues!)

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

So very pretty Judy! And they sure do say "SPRING", don;t they?