An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
Good Morning! Your pictures are just extraordinary. It would be difficult to choose a favorite variety/color!Hope you have a nice day.p.s. I sent fellow blogger, Larry from Iowa, to visit with you last post.
pretty fancy. and I love the bluebells.
You timed your visit to this place perfectly! So much beauty, all in one place.
It would be hard to choose. I've never seen those double ones.
Hi Steve ... how can you put an "aich" in ... WOT there's more??!!Aren't they gorgeous ... they are amazing bulbs ... I have a clear sky looking out across the Channel - but the thick dark thunderstorm clouds are slowly and inexorably making their way south - to thump the blossom and the bulbs ... and then I hope give us back our warmth!! Cheers Hilaryhttp://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/u-is-for-unicorn.html
Wow so many amazing tulips
Just gorgeous! A prime signal of spring!
I just had to stop by ...These photographs are lovely and so colourful.All the best Jan
Yes, I remember. first you're a tulip lover and after that a lover of all flowers.
What great colors!
Gosh, what gorgeous flowers!
Re your comment this a.m. on my blog....the rhubarb pie you made last night sounds very tasty. When I have something good like that, I cheat and have a little for breakfast with coffee!!!
Amazing. I love your favorite.
These are fabulous! I would have a hard time stopping myself from taking photos of them!
This makes me wish I could find some flowers around here. Maybe I'm just going to have to finally plant my own.
Truly breath taking!
Tiptoe through the tulips comes to mind. But it looks much better than the song.
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!