Carrying on where we left off yesterday, here we have more tulip colours.
This is one of the beds to the west of the pathway here in the south end of Commissioners Park. These beds are inevitably the first to bloom for the festival in May, and this year they held up quite well through to the end of things.
And this is another. Fellow members of the Tulip Paparazzi were out and about.
A look back towards the main beds from here.
And then I returned to the main beds.
Here we're closing in on the south end of the park, with the familiar houses here as a backdrop to the last of the beds.
Today I close out with this view. I decided from here to walk some of the way back and take in some more tulips. We'll be closing out this series over the next two posts with that.
So many in one bed - no wonder the paparazzi are out and about!ReplyDelete
Seems like a nice neighborhood to live so close to that beautiful park.ReplyDelete
The tulips are beautiful, I can imagine they draw a lot of attention.
Take care, enjoy your day and week ahead!
People living in that area must enjoy the spring display.ReplyDelete
...the Dow's Lake homes are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
@John: tulips are irresistible to the photographer.ReplyDelete
@Italiafinlandia: thank you.
@Jan: it certainly is.
@Eileen: they do.
@Tom: they are.
It's amazing that some people spend most of their time trying to develop a new color of tulips.ReplyDelete
Magnificent displays here William, the opening shots of red/yellow tulips in your last post are stunningly beautiful 💛ReplyDelete
That pink and red in the first shot looks good together.ReplyDelete
The neighborhood must love tulip time of the year.ReplyDelete
The last few photos with the houses in the background are beautiful!ReplyDelete
I always marvel at the view those homes have!ReplyDelete
Me encantan las fotos de los tulipanes, con esas preciosas casas por detrás.ReplyDelete
@Red: it's quite a process to do so.ReplyDelete
@Grace: thank you!
@Sharon: it does.
@Bill: no doubt.
@Maywyn: I like the phrase, so I use it.
@Magiceye: I certainly think so.
@RedPat: they have great views.
@Ventana: thank you.
Absolutely stunning, the tulips festival is amazing. Those homes certainly have a beautiful outlook.ReplyDelete
Fantastic. It would be fantastic to be around so much beauty. Tweeted.ReplyDelete
Not only are the tulips lovely the houses throughout are beautiful! Lovely area!ReplyDelete
I'm loving the houses in the backgrounds.ReplyDelete
well done. what happy faces. blowing in the breeze. i love this season in your neck of the woods. ( ;ReplyDelete