Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Purple Tulips Glow

The unkempt yard surrounding these tulips doesn't deserve to have their beauty! They are so gorgeous, I would think the owners of the yard would take care of it. Yet, the contrast of ugliness and gorgeous makes this group of tulips . . . simply, a delight.


Malyss said...

What a gorgeous color!!

RuneE said...

As long as the tulips grow with such beauty, let the garden grow as it will. Just like mine :-)

PS Thank you for the nice comment - the US way of doing it has been much discussed over here.

cieldequimper said...

The colour is fabulous and they are kind of translucent too, though in a different way!

Floral Still Life said...

The tulips are beautiful! I would be lost without my digital camera! Today I posted a still life image I did of some purple/rose colored tulips in a glass basket at http://photographyhints.blogspot.com

Your EG Tour Guide said...

What a beautiful colour! Tulips don't care where they are planted, I think. They bloom where they are no matter what surrounds them. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Purple is indeed the color of royalty! :)

Cindi said...

I love how the sun shines through the petals...so pretty! I like the color too. It's very rich.

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