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Late Spring Daffodils near the upper parking lot of Seahurst Ed Munro Park.

Photo by Joe Moldovan

f/3.5 • 1/125th • 200m • 200iso

Although the bright yellow (Narcissus spp.) are the first to pop their heads up and shout ‘Look at me’ in all their glory, their time soon grows short and gives way to the display of the colorful tulips.

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