Close up views from ground level for tulips are a delight, as was the case with this bed of tulips I left off with yesterday.
This wider view of the beds at this part of the park includes someone posing for a member of the tulip paparazzi.
I returned to the main path, and carried on with photographing tulips.
Here we have an example of how one part of a bed is just starting to show, while beyond it the flowers are more coming into their own. We'll carry on here tomorrow. Happy Fourth of July to my American readers!
The double 🌷's first shot are spectacular William 💛ReplyDelete
Vivid indeed, you help me out of a grey day here!ReplyDelete
The tulips at ground level are just beautiful. Well done! Happy weekend to you!
WOW, just WOW!ReplyDelete
I love the close up shot. They look so frilly!ReplyDelete
Glad you got down to tulip-level for that first shot...multi-colored and petaled, they only look like tulips because of their leaves!ReplyDelete
They would certainly be frying now in this heat!ReplyDelete
...that yellow and red one is a showstopper!ReplyDelete
I like the large showy beds of tulips.ReplyDelete
Excellent close up of the tulips, they're very pretty.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the pretty yellow and orange tulips! Very festive. :-)ReplyDelete
Love that bed of red. Must be thousands there!ReplyDelete
@Iris: thank you.
@Eileen: that was the idea.
@Betty: thank you.
@Sharon: they do.
@Barbara: I like the low level shots.
@RedPat: they're long gone now.
@Tom: that it is.
@Red: so do I.
@DJan: you're welcome.
@Marie: there were many.
@Mari: thank you.
Do you carry a tripod or some kind of set up, or all freehand?ReplyDelete
All free hand.Delete
Lovely close-ups, that first photograph is stunning.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Those yellow ones at the top? Fabulous.ReplyDelete
Vivid colors for sureReplyDelete
Very much so.Delete
Those are tulips too? Neat!ReplyDelete