Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Good morning.It is a pleasure for the soul and the eyes to see these large tulip plantings.Hugs
What is a tulip ...? (just kidding).Tomás.
Gorgeous in the early morning light William, a feast for the eyes!
Laughing after reading the comment from Tomás, but wordering if there is a word for the science of tulips. Tulipotany?Lobe the close up.JanisGDP
Somebody has been doing a LOT of planting. :-)
I like the colour of these trimmed in white.
The second photo is my favorite. But all tulips are beautiful!
I thin flowers are their most beautiful by the morning light.
Does anyone have any idea how many were planted in these gardens?
Oh, I do love the colors in these shots.
Gorgeous tulip bed! I love the light and the angles you chose to photograph it!
I liked how you took #1 #2Thanks again for showing.
beautiful frilly things.
@Orvokki: thank you!@Tomas: hah!@Grace: they certainly are.@Janis: I wouldn't be surprised if there's a speciality.@Revrunner: so many tulip beds, so little time. At the moment the crews are busy getting things set for the summer plants.@EG: so did I.@Norma: they are!@Janey: I agree!@Birdman: at least a million, as I understand it.@Sharon: thank you!@Merisi: thanks!@Carolann: you're welcome.@Tex: they are!
Almost a million? That's really amazing!
Wow! Just takes my breath away.
I was going to say it must be time for the summer annuals to go in. I accidently deleted your comment today on my blog, I'm sorry.
Morning, a great time for shadows and light and showy tulips.
I love the morning light over the tulips.
No tulips in my yard, this year.
So many tulips... :)
The light is like a caress!
I am just so wanting to see all these tulips in person!!!
Wow, what a spectacular tulip field.Greetings, Miklos
Lovely early morning sun light breaking up the shadows, very nice...
@VP: over a million, according to what I could find. If not a good deal more.@Judy: thank you!@RedPat: most certainly.@Gill: yes, they're working on prepping the beds now for summer plants.@Red: it's a great time of day to photograph.@Jan: so did I.@Whisk: they don't always show.@Halcyon: yes, no shortage of them!@Ciel: it is, yes.@Cheryl: you should!@Miklos: thank you!@Geoff: it was a good day to photograph them.
Lovely! The second and fourth images are exceptionally beautiful.
My favourite colours.... and time of day.
I love those double ruffled tulips...not classic but very showy. What a display!