Photographer Bratach tells us about this January 23, 2011 image: The daffodils grow all along the wall, and at the moment most of the apparent shoots are not much bigger than a thumbnail.
In my ‘Brodie’ set this is a photo of some of the flowers in bloom taken from the other end of the wall.
Brodie Castle is in Morayshire in the North East of Scotland. It is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
The daffodil collection at Brodie was started many years ago by one of the lairds, and is still quite famous. Many of the flowers grown here have much longer trumpets than more modern varieties, and have more subtle colours.