I saw this flower when we were driving and passing by the Afsluitdijk in Holland (The Netherlands). We stopped by to have some rest and we were suprised to see this field of Daffodils. I didn’t actually know they’re Daffodils. I just remember I had this pic when I thought about påskliljor, the common flower here on Easter which is, I noticed just recently, completely yellow. They’re sold in supermarkets and flower shops on springtime, too. I thought it’s the same flower as that in the picture I had. But they’re of one and same Narcissus species. This White-Yellow Daffodil is called pingstliljor here. Well, that’s according to hubby. I had once the Yellow Daffodils in a vase but I didn’t like the smell of it when it starts to wither. I don’t know if this White-Yellow one smells different. Anyhow, I like the colors of both, I would love to have a bunch of it everyday on my table if it’s not for the smell.
Did I pick some? No, I didn’t cos it was so beautiful that I was scared to ruin the view by picking a dozen stems. Afsluitdijk is a causeway in Holland with a length of 32 km (20 miles) and a width of 90 m, at an initial height of 7.25 m above sea-level (Wikipedia). It’s like driving between the North Sea and Lake Yssel.