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March is Cancer Month for Mosaic Monday


daffodil mosaic

I bought a bouquet of daffodils the other day when we were at the hospital. Try as I might this afternoon I tried capturing some of their beauty for my mosaic but I don’t know whether it was the light or the photographer but I was not happy with these attempts.   It was one of the Sundays where it is rainy and dark and I should have been on the couch with a book and a blankie.  Some days are like that.

I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday.  Have a great week.  Valerie


eileeninmd said…
Oh these are so bright and beautiful. I love daffies. Beautiful photos.
imquilternity said…
They're beautiful! Book and blankie sounds good.
These are always such a pretty sign of Spring! Enjoy your week! ♥
Hi Val, It was a blankety and book day for sure. Great shots, daffodils are such happy bulbs. Jen.
lisa said…
I think these are wonderful!
It's a beautifully cheerful mosaic.
I don't know Val, I think the daffodils turned out pretty good. You captured different angles and the cheerful yellow is certainly welcome today.
I did the lazy boy chair and book thing myself.
Snap said…
Daffodils = Spring for me. Always so bright and cheery! Happy Spring!
Vee said…
You did something right because they look very cheery and bright to me and I'm wearing a grin where I wasn't before.
Nancy Claeys said…
I think they are so pretty -- bright and cheery works for me any day! ;)
podso said…
Yeah, it may have not been your best photo session but you still made a lovely mosaic out of it. The eggs are chalk!
Jann Olson said…
Daffodils are just cheery! You can't help but smile when you see them. I especailly love my Daffodils because the deer don't bother them.
Lorrie said…
It's still beautiful and full of spring's colour. I'm glad you shared.
Heather said…
I was going to do the same thing - shoot some daffodils.But I was feeling the same way about the light - my photography skills don't allow me to take good photos in poor light. Yours are much better than you are giving yourself credit.
Jill Harrison said…
you certainly captured the bright cheerfulness of the daffodils that say hello spring! Now you can curl up with that book and blanket - sounds nice actually!
Have a wonderful week.
ellen b. said…
Love the daffodils. That reminds me that I need to take a little drive to some fields to see them in bloom!
This looks so pretty. I would love for you to visit me at My Dream Canvas :-) You have a lovely blog.
They look beautiful to me! Daffodils always make me smile :)

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