Monday, June 21, 2021

Joyful

More of those tulips at Dow's Lake today. Are you getting tired of them?

This bed is across the path from the one above. Companion muscari is planted with the tulips.

One more bed to close things out today, a less densely planted one.

30 comments:

  1. I really wish I could see the beautiful and colourful tulips in person. I think I will go oohh and aahh seeing such beauties.. Have a wonderful week.

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  2. No. Not getting tired! Thank you :-)

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  3. It would be hard to truly get tired of this kind of beauty, but it's time for a change perhaps.

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  4. ...flowers add joy to our lives.

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  5. Hello,
    The flowers are joyful, such a pretty sight!
    Take care, have a happy new week!

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  6. How could we be tired of the tulips?! Thank you for sharing them. Eye candy...

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  7. The muscari is a nice addition.

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  8. Not so tired, but I don't know what to say after awhile. :)

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  9. @Nancy: thank you.

    @Linda: lots.

    @Iris: good.

    @David: I anticipate featuring them into the middle of July.

    @Francisco: thanks!

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  10. @Tom: they do.

    @Eileen: thanks.

    @Jennifer: you're welcome.

    @Marie: they are indeed.

    @Anvilcloud: I can see that.

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  11. Really joyful flowers for sure!

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  12. Joyful tulip photos ~ Xo

    Live in the moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  13. I can still watch tulips. I like how they've put a blue border around one tulip bed.

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  14. Such a pretty shade of pink on some of these.

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  15. I enjoy the jolt of beauty the tulips give each day on your blog, William.

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  16. Beautiful. I never tire of your photos.

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  17. This post is so well named. They are indeed joyful.

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  18. I wait all year for these glorious photos of tulips. I never, never tire of them. Tweeted.

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  19. William it amazes me how my different types of tulips that can be seen

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  20. Definitely intended to be planted en masse.

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  21. Beautiful, those pink tulips are divine. So many different kinds, this has been so delightful having a virtual walk.

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  22. We're all still here, looking. In general, I think, not tired.

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  23. @Sami: thank you.

    @Magiceye: indeed.

    @Carol: definitely.

    @Red: I do too.

    @Sharon: indeed.

    @RedPat: they cheer things up.

    @Maywyn: thank you.

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  24. @Jeanie: very much so.

    @Bill: that they are.

    @Mari: thank you.

    @Bill: there are so many types.

    @Revrunner: they are indeed.

    @Gemel: a pleasure to show the.

    @Joanne: thank you.

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  25. i don't see myself ... LOL!! every time i think ... am i there??! nope new post. thanks for sharing, William. u know i am a fan. i love nicknames. gosh i think back over the yrs .. mine have always been different, added on here and there. as a kid i was "bird legs", "blossom", even a symbol. so i am super cool. ha. ha! ( ;

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