I’m walking through the industrial estate next to the River Teign again when I spot a patch of Wild Daffodils, Narcissus pseudonarcissus.
They’re very short stemmed and have the characteristic two-toned flowers.
They’re on the edge of the path next to the reed bed. They’re such a cheerful sight. This patch is under the overhang of a tree. It’s difficult to get a garden-perfect photograph of them.
This one, of their happy, smiling faces, will have to do.