The butterfly counts not months, but moments, and has time enough. - Rabindranath Tagore
Oh my, those are beautiful pictures. I used to work there and seeing your post today really makes me miss it.
Aren't they? I could not resist putting them up for WW. A very good friend just returned from a visit to Dallas and was kind enough to allow me to post them.
just stunning....now that is my idea of eye candy
I agree, Donna! I wish I had that display in my yard. I would never want to go back inside.
These are just breathtaking (and they give me hope that I can wait out the latest snow!)
Thanks, Constance Blizzard. My tulips are not blooming yet, but they are out of the ground. Although my display cannot compare to the Dallas Blooms, I look forward to it nonetheless.
Lovely pictures. Tulips are so spectacular when planted in drifts!
Wow!Such gorgeous tulips...fields and fields of them, and beautiful colours!
Absolutely stunning! So many tulips is jut breath taking.
Jennifer, they are beautiful in drifts. I wish my yard was big enough to accommodate that many blooms.
Thanks, P3chandon. Those pictures turned out so well, but I really think it is due to the photographer--a good friend of mine.
Karin, don't they look pretty when they are in such high numbers? I bet the fields in Holland are spectacular!
Thanks, FerdiNel. I couldn't resist...
Indeed beautiful, bold, and bodacious! Stunning tulip gardens. A delight to see since we are so far behind this spring.
Joey, I agree. It makes me ache for the sight of tulips. Mine are budding now...looking forward to seeing them...
Thanks, Sprigblog. And thanks for visiting.
'I see trees of green, red roses, tooI see 'em bloom for me and for youAnd I think to myself, what a wonderful world' --What a Wonderful WorldThank you for visiting The Sage Butterfly blog. I enjoy reading your charming reflections very much. Have a great day!
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