Saturday, April 4, 2009

Decoy Daffodil

When Daffodil Hunting it is necessary to properly camouflage oneself. It is encouraged that one dig a large hole in the ground or sit behind a screen known as a blind. By scattering around (in the area of the blind) Decoy Daffodils, which resemble real daffodils when seen from above, you can fool the daffodils into thinking there is no danger. Then when they fly over and attempt to land you can....
No, that's not right. That's duck hunting.
So I have no idea why these pretty daffodils are called "decoy" -- but isn't that bloom lovely anyway?

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