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Some beautiful things to see, in a time of uncertainty

Kayla Sears sent in these pictures that she and her family took of their two dogs—Brenda, left, and Tux, right. Both photos were taken at the Gloucester courthouse circle.

Jeri-Lee Russ sent this photo of the Russ children (David, Colbie and Penny) enjoying the daffodils in the family’s front yard.

Eden Blaylock sent in this photo of 6-year-old Luke Blaylock. He is a kindergartener at Bethel Elementary, and this is his youth challenge daffodil for 2020. The flower’s name is Brooke Ager.

Ceci Brown of Gloucester interpreted the feeling of America today—caged social isolation—in an arrangement of flowers from her yard.

Morgan Hudgins sent this photo of daffodils in bloom at the Port Haywood Post Office.

An arrangement by John Lee Callis, of flowers in his yard at Grimstead.

Julie Harris, at left, picks daffodils with her “grand-girl” Lucy Virginia Harris at home in Gloucester.

Lainey Josleyn, above, and her cousin, Lilah Sadler, both live in Gloucester and add to th...

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