Narcissus in glass and in Golica- with some music

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I’ve been waiting to write about daffodils quiet on purpose.

I took these pictures almost a month ago,when I put in the vase the very first daffodils from my garden.Each year I can’t wait to pick them and bring inside at least a couple of them,bringing spring to my house. Once I even brought them  in the very beginning of winter-on my trip abroad I  saw some glass daffodils in local souvenir shop,they were almost forgotten, waiting for their spring among printed t-shirts,some kitschy plastic dirt-catchers and postcards.Fascinated by the virtue of the glass-maker artist en-capturing the structure and transparency of yellow daffodil  petals in glass I had to buy them for home.I love this glass plants, but still,as I’ve said the first daffodils from the garden are always something special.And this is the reason for waiting with this post till now-the first daffodils in Golica have started to blossom right now and this really is something special! Golica is a mountain in Slovene Alps, known far around by white daffodils carpets,something worth seeing, indeed.And there is another famous fact about Golica-it has its own song, which is , mentioning worth, one of most listened songs of all times…..

Narcissus
Scientific classificatione
Kingdom: Plantae
clade: Angiosperms
clade: Monocots
Order: Asparagales
Family: Amaryllidaceae
Subfamily: Amaryllidoideae
Genus: Narcissus

from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Narcissus_(plant)

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