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I hope you’ve enjoyed my virtual tulip show and that you sang along to the “Tiptoe through the tulips” lyrics in Tiny Tim’s voice. Wait! You didn’t? Well then, you must go back and do it all over! Teri 📷
Isn’t it wonderful how tulips, like many flowers, come in such beautiful colors and patterns? I was particularly fond of this one pink, yellow and white one. And if I kiss you in the garden, in the moonlight Will you … Continue reading
I believe that when people imagine a tulip it’s a red one that probably comes to mind first. In art class in elementary school when we were instructed to draw our spiky topped tulips (that was the shape we youngsters … Continue reading
I just love how tulips come in so many different colors and shapes! Oh, tiptoe from the garden By the garden of the willow tree And tiptoe through the tulips with me… Teri 📷 (If you wish to see and … Continue reading
Orange you glad there’s more tulips today? Sorry…it had to be done! Teri 📷 Come tiptoe through the tulips with me….
Today’s forecast says no rain and plenty of sun although it may only get up to 60 degrees. So in honor of a sunny day, my virtual tulip show (that’s what I am calling it from now on) presents more … Continue reading
We decided to break quarantine (but still wore our masks and kept away from others) and went to the metro gardens because I needed to see if the tulips were in bloom. By needed I mean I had had enough … Continue reading
After a bit I gave up trying to copy the Sudek image and just began to enjoy seeing how the light made shadows and patterns from the glass and the window blinds. I particularly liked how this one turned out. … Continue reading