I returned again to Commissioners Park at Dow's Lake a few days back, early in the morning to see how things were coming along. Photographers were present amid the rows of tulips, as we can see here and in posts to come.
Someone came out from her nearby home to say hello. I think I've seen this particular supreme life form here before.
The two ducks on the other side of the path kept an eye on her, but she was far more interested in attention from passing lowly humans.
Lovely photos, William, and the ones that capture my heart the most this time are this gorgeous black cat and the ducks. :)ReplyDelete
Is that one of the capitol kitties? Love to see that cats like tulips too!ReplyDelete
Um gato com bom gosto.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Someone wanted a little bit attention :)ReplyDelete
Pretty shots. Looks like the black cat was posing too.ReplyDelete
I really want one tulip garden with mixed colors. Randomly mixed. Is it out there?ReplyDelete
...what lovely floral displays.ReplyDelete
Even the black cat likes the tulips and their scent :)ReplyDelete
Hello, the tulips are lovely. I like the cute kitty and the ducks. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
how the ? is ... who is more cute ... the duck couple or the cat? great shots. such color!! fabulousness-ness! ( ;ReplyDelete
@Linda: it was fun to see both.ReplyDelete
@Halcyon: this one seems to!
@Janey: she was.
@Janis: oh it is.
@Beth: the cat, of course!
Fotos fantásticas! De encher os olhos toda esta belezaReplyDelete
Um dia iluminado
wow, these are beautiful...i am glad the kitty let you visit ;)ReplyDelete
So the black cat came along and provided you with a different way to show off the tulips.ReplyDelete
Early morning is a great time to take photos...not too much contrast and the colors really stand out. I like that supreme life form, too.ReplyDelete
I do love the kitty among the tulips! I think that cat is very appreciative of all that floral beauty.ReplyDelete
You met the daemon!ReplyDelete
@Tanya: it was such a cute kitty.
@Red: I'm sure she's spent quite a bit of time tip toeing through the tulips.
@Lowell: it's quite different at high noon.
@Whisk: they were!
@Sharon: this one was.
@Cloudia: I wouldn't call her that!
Beautiful tulips but even more gorgeous supreme life form ☺ I think the ducks were right to be wary, pussycats can be unpredictable and.. fast!ReplyDelete
Lovely photos again.ReplyDelete
By the way, did you remember spit three times if the black cat went over the road. The black cat knows the accident.
Tulip heaven is looking good William. It's nice to see that the black cat appreciates tulips too.ReplyDelete
Cats, ducks and tulips--what a great way to spend some peaceful time!ReplyDelete
Amazing flowers. I like the way the cat posed for you.ReplyDelete
Cute kitty! I think she is enjoying those tulips too.ReplyDelete
@Grace: she was such a sweetie.ReplyDelete
@Orvokki: that's a superstition I've never heard of!
@Mari: I do as well.
@Lois: she was!
Gorgeous and colourful tulips. Even the cat and ducks came out to enjoy the tulips! Have a beautiful day!ReplyDelete
Hello, Kitty! Oh, I have ducklings on my blog today.ReplyDelete
Reminds me of the movie line, "I'm ready for my closeup, Mr. DeMille."ReplyDelete
Is the cat smelling or eating tulip? ;)ReplyDelete
Looks like the ducks and the cat are enjoying those tulips too :)ReplyDelete
I so miss my black cats!ReplyDelete
Those who don't believe cats are a supreme life form, should just ask them!ReplyDelete
Actually, if cats could talk to us, they probably wouldn't...
Really nice photos William! Even better when enlarged.
So nice to see the cat and the ducks among your other lovely photo's.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Linda: I saw!
@Kay: I can see that.
@Klara: I think smelling. I believe it's not good for them, and they know it.
@Denise: you wonder what they make of all the fuss.
@Jennifer: my favourite of the many cats we had was a black one named Misty.
@Pat: cats would never lower themselves to speak in human languages.
@Jan: thank you!