A reminder to members of City Daily Photo: the theme for the first of June is Smile.
Picking up where I left off yesterday here in Commissioners Park, more tulip colours.
The next bed on is less densely planted, this year with a mix of muscari and orange tulips.
Beyond that, lovely white.
I could see people with a dog in the shade of a tree beyond.
The path carried me along.
That first bed looks great.ReplyDelete
These last ones are the prettiest. 🌷ReplyDelete
Lovely views of the tulips! Take care, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
I love the "packed" ones.ReplyDelete
...vibrant describes these beds well.ReplyDelete
I think so.Delete
Great tulips... I can't get enough of them :-)))ReplyDelete
Many greetings to you. Happy Wednesday to you.
I love tulips.Delete
Tulips have evolved over time…not all the traditional shape any more.ReplyDelete
Those big beds of blooms are spectacular.ReplyDelete
Keep on following the path.ReplyDelete
That looks like a river of brilliant color in the first few photos.ReplyDelete
That it does.Delete
The mass plantings make for the biggest smiles!ReplyDelete
Seriously dazzling. I bet all those gardeners were taking ibuprofin after planting those beds the first time!ReplyDelete
The first two photos are my favourites.ReplyDelete
They stand out.Delete
Vibrant colors for sure ~ great photos ~ReplyDelete
Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Stunning tulips. Evoking Spring memories for me because we don't see these flowers at all here in Florida. (Too hot).ReplyDelete
They do well here.Delete
Just as a commenter above talked about the gardeners, I imagine planting all these bulbs is back breaking work. Ah, but the results are so breath taking.ReplyDelete
And in a couple of weeks the bulbs get dug up and stored until October.Delete
Son fabulosos, esos contrastes de colores.ReplyDelete
Even more tulips to come. BeautifulReplyDelete
Tulips in full bloom. How beautiful they are!!ReplyDelete
Truly vibrant and alive with colour.ReplyDelete
These are glorious. William!ReplyDelete
They look like they are enjoying the Summer heat.ReplyDelete
Well, May warmth.Delete