Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
Unspecified farm, County Kildare..
Blummin’ gambolling messers.
Our Emily O’Callaghan writes;
Witnessed this yesterday along the [Royal] Canal [behind Croke Park], the heron swallowed it whole! Like a snake eats! The local guy with the boat we were in said he had never seen one do that in all his years. I managed to get these shots with my camNOMNOMNOMNOM
Emily Logan tweetz:
Beautiful day, not a cloud in the sky with great view of Dollier [Dollymount Strand, Clontarf] for us northsiders.
Streets of Dublin tweetz:
Spring is here – plum blossom spotted in Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2,
Spring has sprung at last in Arbour Hill [Dublin 7]….
They’re just weeds.
Daffs in YOUR area to Broadsheet@Broadsheet.ie marked ‘Daffs’
Previously: Rise Of The Daffs
Muireann O’ Neill writes:
My friend Bridie Brittain and gardener extraordinaire is delighted to see her garden coming to life. Incidentally, you’ll find these Daff at Jack’s Cottage, Aglish, Waterford…
We’re probably in danger of passing the point of some kind of photography law of diminishing returns, but here’s a couple of snaps taken this morning on a project monitoring visit. Spring has definitely sprung.
You do know they are in facts weeds?
Mr P sez:
Leeson Street, Dublin, this afternoon
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Earlier: The Daffs Are Back