Photographer sam2cents tells us about this January 22, 2010 image: The daffodils were planted deliberately a few years ago, but I think they’re the standard Narcissus. They look as ordinary as they come when they flower.
The image was taken in the back garden of the family home, in Newcastle, Co. Wicklow, on the coastal plain on the east of Ireland, south of Dublin, running along the Irish Sea. They are located beneath a small, bushy hazel tree. They must have burst through a few days ago, but I can’t say with any certainty when.