Thursday, April 23, 2015

Tulips and Daffodils


On April 17th we visited the tulip and daffodil fields of the Skagit Valley.  This is usually the peak of the annual bulb festival, but this year the fields were almost all finished, due to an early and warm spring.  We spent most of our time as a result at the Roozengaarde display gardens photographing the flowers there.  A few fields beyond the display gardens were still blooming and it was possible to walk to them, but we could find no other fields with any flowers.








































































































4 comments:

  1. Wow, Ron, these are absolutely breathtaking! I can almost smell them!

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    1. Thanks, Linda. We do more hiking and nature photography, but this is one of our favorite "other" excursions.

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  2. So many beautiful tulips!! Equal # of beautiful shots =)

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    1. Thanks, Fizzie. This is a photographer's paradise in spring. There are more expensive cameras in one place than you'll probably ever see again in your lifetime.

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