Tuesday, April 27, 2010

April 27


One of the pretty, yellow tulips in our backyard. We have to enjoy them now, because they don't last long!

16 comments:

Glenda said...

Now that is a beautiful shade of yellow! A bunch of those must be stunning!

sara said...

ahhh...beautiful!

TJ said...

Beautiful as always...

Cherdecor said...

This photo looks like it came out of a magazine. Great photography, Mari!

Susan said...

Love tulips and don't have a single one at our current home. The previous one we had a circle drive with a center flower bed which we planted solid in red tulips. Loved it. You shot, as always, is outstanding, Mari

Kathy said...

Some say the beautiful die young. Maybe they were talking about tulips! Just another reminder to savor the beauty in our lives every day because we never know what the next one might bring.

Mari G said...

I keep looking at your photos and want to take up photography again!

Misola said...

I love tulips, too! You took the photo of a wonderful point of view!
Hugs, maike

LuAnn said...

Yellow is my favorite color. PRETTY !!

Aleta said...

This isn't a picture, this is art. I have never seen a picture of a tulip from that angle. You have the artist's eye!

S. Etole said...

a picture of sunshine ...

Jennifer said...

This is gorgeous Mari! I have tulips for the first time ever in my garden this year and they just started blooming too. :) Enjoy!

Thank you so much for the kind comments you always write on my blog. They are very appreciated and I always look forward to them. Thank you!

AnooCre8ion said...

Isn't that gorgeous!! O so pretty.

Great job Mari.



Blessings,
Vickie

SaraG said...

just beautiful, Mari!
I looked from some yellow tulips and couldn't find any. I love the solid colored tulips.
This yellow one you photographed is just perfect!!
Thanks for all your nice comments. I am feeling better but the cough isn't letting up...

Robert said...

Would make a nice poster for Tulip Time, (local event here in Holland Mich).

Vicki~TheMiddleSister said...

Pretty! Our tulips are just about gone. I'm anxious to get bedding plants in the ground, but we had frost last night....