Daffodils- Description Practice

Photo by Twisted Pixel on Flickr

Photo by Twisted Pixel on Flickr

Daffodils- Inspired by a vase of daffodils. Photo by Twisted Pixel on Flickr.

The bunch of flowers stood proudly, sprouting from the jug like a spray of cheerful sunshine. Six, diamond-shaped petals spread around the trumpet middle, their surface shimmering in the light giving the impression they had been cut from pale yellow silk. Pushing my nose into the frill-edged, protruding centre, the sweet, tangy scent of honey tickled my nostrils and the pollen stained my nose like specks of gold dust. Strong, straight stems of pale green hold the large heads of the daffodils, each one its own sun, adding a much needed burst of cheer against the dreary, grey world of winter that hung outside.


2 thoughts on “Daffodils- Description Practice

  1. Aether says:

    Clear and vivid. I think I get exactly the picture you’re going for here. Good work!

    • Harliqueen says:

      Thank you 🙂 I do love daffodils and spring flowers, they inspired me quite a lot today, especially in this horrid weather!

      Thank you for commenting and reading 😀

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