Floral Friday – FF#79 – Narcissus Avalanche

Even the backs of flowers have their hidden charm. Take this Narcissus Avalanche for instance… I just love how the yellow seems to go through the centre of the flower.

A photograph of a Narcissus Avalanche photographed at Scotney Castle.

Camera Settings

Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ-48
Lens: n/a
F/Number: f/4.2
ISO: 1250
Focal Distance: 70.3mm

Shutter Speed: 1/400 sec
Photograph Date: 07.04.2012
Location: Scotney Castle, Kent
Photographer: Bren
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic

On another note, don’t forget to pop on over to read our latest Five at Five Introduction, this week’s photographer is Lisa. All previous interviews can be viewed on our Five at Five Page.

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15 responses to “Floral Friday – FF#79 – Narcissus Avalanche”

  1. Gosh yes. Well noticed.


    1. Thank you Margaret… they are beautiful flowers…

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  2. Beautiful backside!

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  3. I love these flowers! It reminds me of my mom!

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    1. My mum was a daffodil person..

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  4. I like the perspective of this photo. Quite often there are interesting aspects of a flower we never see. Beautiful, and quite fitting for my day. I planted the last bag of daffodils this afternoon. I always feel an uplift of spirit when I gaze at daffodils. In the middle of cold winter, when I see them beginning to emerge, I feel blessed.

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    1. Me too especially if it’s been a child wet and windy winter. Once the Daffodils start arriving shooting is in the air..

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  5. The rear view of flowers is certainly amazing 🙂

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