This will be the last of the tulip pics, as they are beginning to look past their best – but I’ve really enjoyed them while they’ve lasted 🙂
Today’s tulips, still looking good! 🙂
My purple tulips are opening ahead of their yellow vase-mates, and they are looking really lovely this morning 🙂
I sat my vase of tulips on the grey ribbed rug on the conservatory floor, to see if I could find a way of making more interesting images by using a neutral background and changing the angle of view… Nope, not really!
And I’ve discovered it’s not so easy creating zoom-burst images in broad daylight in a bright conservatory, but I had a go anyway… 🙂
My husband brought some tulips home for me yesterday, a lovely mix of purple and yellow, so I took some photographs to post for today’s Flower of the Day 🙂
Yellow tulip in my garden for today’s Flower of the Day 🙂
Another lovely large red headed tulip from my garden for today’s Flower of the Day 🙂
It’s day 28 of lockdown, we’re four weeks in and probably have at least another three to go…
I’ve spent the last couple of days out in the garden, doing a bit of weeding, a bit of tidying things up, a bit of cleaning the glass in the greenhouse. And a bit of playing about with my camera as well as a rather prolonged bit of just sitting out in the beautiful scottish spring sunshine.
So here are some yellow tulips and yellow daffodils, both as they appear in my garden and how they look through my glass paperweight, which is currently doubling up as a fancy lens through which to view stuff a little bit differently 🙂
I photographed this solitary tulip (plus shadow) by the gate, standing tall like a sentry as if he was guarding the garden – the other tulips are in bud but this one bright bloom seems to be the advance party 🙂