Friday, April 28, 2006

Two Tulips



It's one of those days when nothing is quite coming together for a post. So here are two tulip blossoms from my parent's farm. Hope you all are having a great spring!

12 comments:

nathaniel adam king said...

The blessed tulip. God loves them...

Cergie said...

We're thinking whe're watching flowers but in fact, THEY are watching out for humans.

RubySoho said...

Tim I know that feeling of lacking inspiration, but your photograph of these tulips has placed a million words in my mind. I hope you're having a great spring too!

Paige said...

Great photograph! Very lovely

sage said...

looking into those tulip is like looking into a kaleidoscope

Asma said...

Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made, and forgot to put a soul into,lovely tulips.

TAKE CARE

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, sofyst. Glad you enjoyed the tulips.

That's an interesting thought, cergie.

Hi, rubysoho. I'm glad you appreciate the photo of the two tulips. And I am having a good though too busy spring. ;)

Thanks, paige. Glad you came by.

Hi, sage. I never really thought of it that way before; but it is one way to describe those tulips.

Thanks, asma. This world would be sadly lacking if there were no flowers.

annush said...

wow...those are beautiful...

cher said...

great photo...I took some down at the tulip farm...guess I need to look at them and see how they turned out...your photos are so crisp and clear-great shots!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, annush. These tulips are beautiful beyond words, I agree. Thanks for coming by.

Thanks, cher. I was well pleased with this photo. It was taken in the late afternoon or early evening if I remember correctly.

Trailady said...

These are gorgeous flowers! I very much appreciate tulips and daffodils. Love the bright, vivid colors. You must have a very nice camera!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, trailady. Glad you appreciate the tulips. A good camera does help; but it can also be surprizing what one can do with an inexpensive camera if you catch the photo at the right moment.