Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Friday, May 13, 2016
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.
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.ReplyDelete
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 :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful, no wonder people are photographing them...ReplyDelete
If you think about it, isn't it amazing how many tulips in various colours there are at the Tulip Festival.ReplyDelete
Magnificent display, everybody wants to photograph it...ReplyDelete
Oh those tulips are so beautiful and such lovely colour combinationsReplyDelete
Tulips are my favorite. I just wish they lasted longer.ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
The purple and white are always my favorite! I like secondary colors.ReplyDelete
Beautiful colorful flowers!ReplyDelete
So colorful - tulips always cheer me up :-)ReplyDelete
@Linda: they are.ReplyDelete
@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.
@WW: thank you.
@Tamago: me too.
So many tulips...so little time!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
so pretty. :)ReplyDelete
They're not at their peak yet! Yes getting other photographers in a photo ads to the tulips.ReplyDelete
Love all your tulip photos. I believe they looks very fantastic in nature as your photos show it.ReplyDelete
I would not be surprised if there were hundreds of photogs out there taking pictures of these gorgeous flowers!ReplyDelete
@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.
Wow! I too would be photographing these gorgeous tulips and also catching other photographers doing the same thing. Ha ha!ReplyDelete
The numbers of flowers are amazing, William!ReplyDelete
They are worth all the photographing.ReplyDelete
Stunning!! I never seen a place that has this many tulips.ReplyDelete
@Nancy: it's fun!ReplyDelete
@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.
I would be right there with them if I could!ReplyDelete
Fabulous colors. Of course, you would not be the only one taking photographs.ReplyDelete
They're all coming along nicely. A gorgeous display.ReplyDelete
Our kids went, taking the in-laws. It's such a photographic spot!ReplyDelete
The awakening tulip colours are delightful. Yes. Photographer-watching and photographing them in action is something I enjoy too.ReplyDelete
@Lois: I'm hoping they're more out when I stop by tomorrow or Wednesday. They've been late this year.ReplyDelete
@Mari: people love photographing them.
@Kay: thank you.
@Jennifer: it is.
@Gemma: thank you!