Friday, May 13, 2016

The Paparazzi

Continuing where I left off in yesterday's post, I always like to catch others photographing tulips. These are still the early colours we're looking at- some of the beds on this evening stroll were still green.

32 comments:

  1. I am always interested in other photographers. I like to see what angle their photo is being taken. More great shots of these beautiful tulips.

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  2. I'm like you, I love photographing photographers. They're usually so engrossed in what they're doing they won't notice, and they usually stay very still so they make perfect subjects :)

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  3. Beautiful, no wonder people are photographing them...

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  4. If you think about it, isn't it amazing how many tulips in various colours there are at the Tulip Festival.

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  5. Magnificent display, everybody wants to photograph it...

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  6. Oh those tulips are so beautiful and such lovely colour combinations

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  7. Tulips are my favorite. I just wish they lasted longer.

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  8. Love the fancy yellow one! I saw several of that type around this year. When it's open a bit more, it looks almost like a peony or rose.

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  9. The purple and white are always my favorite! I like secondary colors.

    Janis
    GDP

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  10. So colorful - tulips always cheer me up :-)

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  11. @Linda: they are.

    @Denise: thanks!

    @Nathalie: that is true.

    @Karl: people are drawn to them.

    @Marleen: there is quite a lot of them.

    @Geoff: they do!

    @Mo: they are a sight to see.

    @Janey: they are short lived.

    @Halcyon: they do take on some good shapes as time goes on.

    @Janis: thanks!

    @WW: thank you.

    @Tamago: me too.

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  12. So many tulips...so little time!

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  13. How gorgeous are the pink and cream tulips, j'adore! Are there bunches of tulips for sale William? I saw them in the city last week, but so expensive for a small bunch!

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  14. They're not at their peak yet! Yes getting other photographers in a photo ads to the tulips.

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  15. Love all your tulip photos. I believe they looks very fantastic in nature as your photos show it.

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  16. I would not be surprised if there were hundreds of photogs out there taking pictures of these gorgeous flowers!

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  17. @Norma: indeed!

    @Grace: there's usually not a problem finding tulips for sale here or there, and come fall, a lot of gardening shops stock the bulbs for planting.

    @Tex: I can never get enough of them.

    @Red: this weekend will be quite colourful.

    @Orvokki: thank you!

    @Lowell: on the weekends especially, the main sites can be very busy.

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  18. Wow! I too would be photographing these gorgeous tulips and also catching other photographers doing the same thing. Ha ha!

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  19. The numbers of flowers are amazing, William!

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  20. They are worth all the photographing.

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  21. Stunning!! I never seen a place that has this many tulips.

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  22. @Nancy: it's fun!

    @RedPat: there are so many of them.

    @Sharon: they certainly are.

    @Jan: that's true.

    @Bill: it really brings out the tourists. And since the weather's cleared up, I'll be heading over to this park in a bit to take more shots.

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  23. I would be right there with them if I could!

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  24. Fabulous colors. Of course, you would not be the only one taking photographs.

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  25. They're all coming along nicely. A gorgeous display.

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  26. Our kids went, taking the in-laws. It's such a photographic spot!

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  27. The awakening tulip colours are delightful. Yes. Photographer-watching and photographing them in action is something I enjoy too.

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