Monday, June 15, 2020

Path Colours

The tulips are fascinating to see as they proceed along from just starting to show colours to opening up in full glory. For this first visit I made, that was still to come, but the colours were cheerful.


One section of a bed might start up before another, as seen in this bed alongside a low stone wall.


For today I close with this look towards the lake.

24 comments:

  1. I have always loved your tulip posts.
    Seeing all this lovely green, spring color and blue skies is so welcome.
    Stay safe be well.
    parsnip

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  2. An ocean of color, so beautiful!

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  3. Schön die Tulpen in den verschiedenen Farben zu sehen sind schöne Frühlingsblumen.

    Gruß
    Noke

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  4. Gorgeous blooms and images. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  5. @Cloudia: thanks!

    @Parsnip: it's good to bring it back.

    @Iris: very much so.

    @Noke: thanks.

    @Eileen: thank you.

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  6. They are such pretty flowers :)

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  7. ...and it looks like you were able to enjoy all of this beauty without the crowds!

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  8. The gardeners do some pretty cool things with tulips using color, shape and timing.

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  9. What a great mix of colors.

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  10. How gorgeous William, the tulips at this stage are so full of colourful promise 🌷

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  11. Paths are a charming way of making us slow down.

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  12. It's so nice to see early tulips once again, just starting to open. :-)

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  13. The gardeners have done a good job, again...

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  14. The tulips were late this year! But at least they lasted longer.

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  15. @Francisco: thank you.

    @Sami: they certainly are.

    @Tom: because of Covid,there were no out of towners this year.

    @Red: they definitely do.

    @Sharon: it is, yes.

    @Grace: very much so.

    @Maywyn: true.

    @DJan: it is, yes.

    @Bill: they are.

    @Karl: as always.

    @RedPat: true!

    @Mari: thanks.

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  16. Ever hopeful post with these lovely photos of nature's gems ~

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  17. Lovely flowers! Have a great week.

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  18. I love how they are spaced like natural wildflowers, not the little rows we often see them in. They are beautiful!

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