These are the sort of flowers that devour those who get near. Insects are trapped, drowned, and ingested.
This image looks spectacular at wallpaper size. It was taken in a greenhouse at Kew Gardens, on the outskirts of London, UK, on a coolish February day.
The daffodils were in bloom already and, for a few hours during the afternoon, the sun shone her warmth upon us. I bought lunch at one of the cafeterias on the grounds, carried my tray outside, and sat with my jacket off watching toddlers frolic on the grass.
A few days later, I'd return to Toronto - where the first thing we did on arriving home was place our suitcases inside the front door and grab snowshovels.
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