On the whole they seemed to be beautiful pale petals with an almost lemon coloured trumpet though I believe they can vary somewhat.As I went deeper into the wood, the paths became more soggy and sometimes it was a challenge not to have the mud up over my boots!About halfway around this circular walk the Mells stream starts meandering through the wood.I wanted to get some photos of the daffs against the fast running stream and managed to spoil this one with a boot sticking up!!! If' I'd cropped my boot out, I would have lost some of the daffs. Always learning!!! (-:Here's a bootless one.As I walked along the path by the stream I kept coming across a dipper standing on rocks and boughs in the stream though unfortunately it never allowed me close enough to snap a photo.There were other things of interest apart from the Daffs. I loved the sunlight on this mossy stump.I couldn't figure out how the hole was made in this tree, whether it was once one or two trees. Any thoughts anyone?I'm not very good an fungi, but I'm reliably informed that these are called Elf Cups which seems entirely appropriate.It was a lovely peaceful walk around this local wood. The circular walk is open to the public from February to May, so I might go back in a month or so to see what else is coming up then.