Six Word Saturday – The remains of some garden daffodils

Noticed these as I was unloading the car, a change from my still life decay….





  1. Very nice photo of those wilted daffodils.

  2. You do ‘decay’ so well, Sue. The petals look like parchment.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. I love daffodils Sue. Just bought some to bring some spring to my life!

  4. Hard to believe they’ve been and gone already. Their droop matches mine – ragged round the edges too!

  5. Still very photogenic, Sue. 🙂

  6. Sonel

    Even in the stage of decay are they still beautiful Sue. Excellent capture! 😀 ♥

  7. Ohh, I am still waiting for mine to arrive. I had so hoped to have some for the Celebration of my husband’s life on the 17th but sadly, they have been under fresh snow for the last couple of days. We’ll see.

  8. I am surprised that they have already bloomed and are drooping.

  9. I wonder how many faded daffodils it would take to make some paper!

  10. Just bought some Cornish grown daffs today – so pretty, one variety is beautifully scented. I shall have to post a photo of them.

  11. poppytump

    Your daffodils maybe just ‘past it’ Sue but they have beauty all of their own as you’ve photographed them 🙂

  12. I’m always sad that cut flowers have such a short life, but you capture their decline so artistically Sue.

  13. You and I have very much in common when it comes to decaying flowers. it’s just that you are so much more diligent than I am and with spectacular results too. I saw daffodils like these in a botanical garden just the other day, but I still can’t crouch cause of my knee.

  14. And over here they just started blooming. Great shot again. You always deliver.

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