Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Earth Smiles - Wordless Wednesday








25 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I just love tulips.

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  2. What gorgeous tulips! I love the color combinations. I love pink and orange together. Are the daffs with the reddish line around the middle Pheasant's Eye daffodils? Very pretty!!

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  3. @Jennifer Zuri Thank you, Jennifer. I am partial to tulips as well. :)

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  4. @Casa Mariposa I don't usually like pink and orange together, but I think it works well in this combination. I am glad you agree. Those daffs are Goose Green...very similar to Pheasant's Eye. Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. Really lovely tulips! You captured the light really well on the blooms.

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  6. @Karin / Southern Meadows Thank you, Karin. I am still learning how to photograph flowers and plants well.

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  7. Fabulous tulips! We can't grow them here, they get eaten. Thankfully we can grow daffodils, but it would be wonderful to have both.

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  8. Very pretty! Brought a smile to my face!

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  9. No words necessary, the flowers speak loudly...BEAUTIFUL.

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  10. Your spring garden is beautiful, don't you just love this season?

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  11. Stunning! Your tulips are beautiful and so happy =) What a treat to have a yard full of these!

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  12. Ah, so pretty. Your plot of earth is definitely smiling!

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  13. wow tulips...I am getting snow today...happy spring and Earth Day

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  14. Wow! Such beautiful tulips and daffodils. Love your lovely garden!

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  16. @Curbstone Valley Farm My tulips get eaten as well. I had to build an elaborate structure to encase them so the voles would not get to them. So far, it has worked...cross my fingers. Thanks for stopping by.

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  17. @DD Thank you, DD. They turned out well this year.

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  18. @HolleyGarden Thanks, HolleyGarden. I am so glad you liked them.

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  19. @Msrobin Thank you, Msrobin. I do love this season. It is nice to see all the blooms after the dormancy of winter.

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  20. @Julia@PolkaDotGaloshes They did turn out kind of happy, this year. I am so glad you liked them.

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  21. @PlantPostings I wonder why tulips seem to make us so happy...it must be the bright colors. Thanks for stopping by.

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  22. @DonnaThis weather has been so strange...I hope you have better weather soon.

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  23. @p3chandan Thank you, p3chandan. They turned out well this year despite the weather.

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'I see trees of green, red roses, too
I see 'em bloom for me and for you
And I think to myself, what a wonderful world'
--What a Wonderful World

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