This flower required a lengthy internet search for me to identify. At first, I thought it a wild version of the common daffodil, which in a sense it is. Turns out this species, while of the daffodil family, is a more common spring bulb plant in gardens, but on occasion, escapes and becomes a stand alone clump in the wild. So far I have driven past three clumps within about ten miles of each other. I suspect they originated from yesterdays farms in the area. Interesting colors.