The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
beautiful flower :) nice shot! happy WTWW!
Love yellow flower...looks fresh!:D
Jam, I can never get tired of these flowers! I love flowers, especially yellow ones :D
That's a marvelous portrait of this marvel of spring, Jams. As ever, you've taken a beautiful photo.
Lovely photo! I was thinking of Spring when I posted mine up for this week on the Urban Zoo :)
Amazing! Yellow in Black:) Love it!
Pretty flower you got here, i love the color a lot yellow it means sunrise, it means new hope and new day. Happy WW!CUTE SMILES
I call these daffodils, jams. What's the difference between narcissus and daffodils... Happy WW! :)
Everywhere I go, I see yellow! :D
Ours aren't out yet but the ones planted by the council on the grass near the sea front are. They are beautiful to see. Just like Wordsworth's host.
pretty yellow flower. looks like a horn :P
Love the contrast. Beautiful flowers always make me smile...
Now there is a picture that says a lot or should I say the name says a lot.PS - My husband spent just over week in Ireland - we might be moving over there - will know at the end of the month.
Beautiful shot. These flowers are sold here (NZ) to raise money for cancer research, once a year on Daffodil Day.
Gorgeous! Happy WW.
It's very pretty Jams. Happy Wednesday.
I love Narcissus, great one Jams!
Like a little sun! Enlightens my day (or better: evening ;-)Happy WW, Jams!Tina
Alas I won't be seeing any of these in real life for quite sometime seeing as we are heading into autumn soon.Happy WW
That brings spring to my mind...Thanks a lot! ;-)My WW is up, too. Please stop by if you like to.&hearts Sonny
looks so good against the black background! :)
Such a welcome visitor! Hello early spring!!
Very seasonal! There are none in our garden because I dug them up last year thinking they were weeds. I'm not very green-fingered unfortunately!
Great shot. I love the dark background.
Beautiful shot, it's not that time of year for us yet... Thanks for sharing and visiting.
that's a gorgeous shot!happy WW!
Ohh thats a lovely flower, love the color..hmm it means happyLa Vida es HermosaMy So Called Life
That makes me want Spring so badly! Great pic!Thanks for stopping by my post at BoSox Mommy! I have a Wednesday edition up at State of Confusion. :)
lovely shot!happy WW!
Very beautiful flower!happy WW!
Yellow is such a pretty spring color
Beautiful flower...I can almost smell it!! Happy WW.
The Narcissus is only sold during the first month of the year in Singapore. They are usually imported from China.
ohhh love this! wonder how you shot this.I would love to give this a try.The color yellow really pops out with the dark background.;) happy WW!Life’s Impression
rich in color, the contrast is very strong! impressive shot!!Happy WW!
Really pretty flower. It's my favorite color too!
Absolutely gorgeous!happy WW ...
Jams, do you garden? Or do you just happen upon all these beautiful flowers?The picture is lovely.Happy WW!
THanks everyone. Shelia, these flowers are from our garden. I would like to say it's beautifull laid out but the reality is that it's small and scruffy (we like it scruffy though!)
Another great flower picture, Jams!Thanks! -Jos:)
Another beautiful yellow flower from you. Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful. We've got a few up as well - these are some of my favorite because they really herald the waning days of winter. Thanks for your visit!
See, and I thought it was a Daffodil. Beautiful Jams.2G's Mom
Spring has sprung - finally!Beautiful shot, Jams!
That's a gorgeous shot!Love it.
is it bad that I call them all daffodils? happy spring!
ahhhh..one of the first signs of Spring!
refreshing flower photo.simple and pretty. check out mine too,they're up nowSpeechlessAll Out Of Words
Lovely shot. The black background really sets it off. They seem to be flowering earlier every year. We have had some out since the end of January but then, SW England is very mild usually.
i used to live on a street named narcissus, i thought it was named after the greek myth character. LOL come to think of it all the streets in that village were named carnation, magnolia etc. hahahah.thanks for educating me.stay cool!Morning Sniffles
beautiful shot bro. by the way, thanks for checking my entries all the time *wink*
That's just beautiful!
Beautiful! I can't wait to see them pop their heads up in my beds in a month or so. Spring, please come early!Happy WW
Nice shot Jams. I took pics of those ones in our yard too, but they didn't come out so I used the crocus.Happy WW
Beautiful as always!
What a gorgeous flower! Happy WW!
What a lovely daffadil. Bronson's EagleHappy WW to you! :D
Love the yellow against that black background.
These are named, directly translated:Easter lillies (from Norwegian). And the white ones: Pentecost lillies. .Thanks for sharing
Only one word will do... Lovely!
Oh me too! Just not at this stage of bloom. Great minds and all that jazz - Jennifer
Beautiful Jams I like the striking yellow on black &heartsthanks for visiting meMy Little Drummer boys
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