Winter Update 02-07-2022
Ha Ha, it’s still winter and I bet you thought this was about spring. Winter is really hard for me right now, I have no car and trapped inside. I got a sunny walk about in yesterday. In my younger years, just a couple of years ago, I loved the winter, snow, and icicles. I would do a drive about when it would first start snowing and have many beautiful fine art photographs of snow scenes.
My family always loved the Daffodils, which are one of the first spring flowers. They are right behind the crocuses to come out of the earth. My grandmother, Nana Dallara and would always show me her garden, where she had tons of Daffodils blooming.
Daffodils are one of the earliest spring-blooming flowers! Find all our tips on planting daffodil bulbs, caring for daffodils, and what to do after they flower.
>Celebration of Daffodils at Bartram’s Garden
Fast-forward, I can’t wait for warmer weather, so I can get out and fly the drone again. I love drone photography. I have posted some drone shots on Louis Dallara photography, this site. To find then just do a search in the upper right-hand corner. Thanks for the visit.
Spring is Here
The daffodils are poking up out of the soil to see the sun, which is kind of magical.
Looks like the weather is getting better.
Blue skies are always nice.
“I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” is a lyric poem by William Wordsworth. It is one of the most popular poems of Wordsworth. The poem was inspired by an event on 15 April 1802 in which Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy came across a “long belt” of daffodils while wandering in the forest.