Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Flow Of Tulip Beds

Carrying on with where I left off, there is a pathway that curls around the far side of this first tulip bed, and allows for a view of the ribbon of tulips beyond it.


Here we have that ribbon, flowing between bushes on either side to the bed of tulips on the other side.


I came towards that set of tulip beds apart from the main path, with Dow's Lake in the background.

40 comments:

  1. Beautiful tulips. Hope the trees turn green soon, too, and the sky´ll be a big blue! Here the bloom of the trees is already over.

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  2. The tulips are so, so beautiful. Your place is blessed with these beautiful and colourful flowers.

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  3. Good to see that there's a lot of people out enjoying the spectacle of so many flowers.

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  4. Tulips ... never end story!
    Just beautiful!

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  5. and they still look fresh !

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  6. Maybe you should send a couple of tulips to Jody and Jane - tough and independent!

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  7. Crikey there are a lot of them. A river to tulips.

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  8. ...and indeed they do flow!

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  9. so pretty. love the ones with yellow, dark or lighter yellow. so awesome!! ( ;

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  10. Amazing views of thousands of tulips!

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  11. I love the variety of colours. Wonder will there ever be blue ones?

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  12. Hello, beautiful tulips. I love seeing so rows together and all the colors. Have a happy day!

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  13. @Iris: some of the trees are now greening up. Others seem to take longer.

    @Nancy: it's a wonderful festival.

    @John: tulips draw people out.

    @Ella: that they are.

    @Francisco: thank you.

    @Gattina: they were just coming into their own. I photographed at a spot yesterday where the tulips were past their prime.

    @David: hah!

    @Joan: a river indeed.

    @Tom: they do!

    @Beth: thank you.

    @Italiafinlandia: thanks!

    @Marie: I've not seen blue ones. I've seen accompanying plants with a blue tone.

    @Sandi: that they are.

    @Eileen: thank you.

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  14. I am still enjoying seeing your tulips. Thanks for another day of them. :-)

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  15. That's a great description...a ribbon of tulips. I love it and the way it pops in color between the dark green bushes. Thanks again for sharing your spring with us.

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  16. What an amazing number of tulips! Wow!

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  17. the orange and yellow tulips are very attractive.

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  18. The red and yellow tulips are my preferred today.

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  19. @DJan: you're welcome.

    @Barbara: I love that too.

    @RedPat: there's no shortage of them.

    @Red: that they are.

    @Karl: they stand out.

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  20. Imagine planting all those bulbs 😱 Gorgeous they are 🌷

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  21. I knew I must be missing the beautiful tulips!

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  22. Such beautiful tulips.

    All the best Jan

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  23. @Grace: they are indeed.

    @Aritha: it's a good combination.

    @Janey: and beautiful they are.

    @Mari: thank you.

    @Jan: indeed.

    @Jan: that it is.

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  24. What great thought and planning went into the beautiful design !

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  25. It must have been quite a challenge to try and photograph all these tulips, william.

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  26. Seriously so so pretty! Thank you for all your nice comments William. Much appreciated! Have a great week!

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  27. Lovely photos and soo pretty !

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  28. Wow! So much beauty! Wonderful!

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  29. I love those red ones edged in yellow. Well...actually...I love them all but those really stand out to me.

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  30. Simply breathtaking those flowers. Thank you always for sharing to us all.

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  31. Such a wonderful display of colour:)

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  32. I love how they flow one into another. I'll be curious to see what goes there after the tulips have died out!

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