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Tulips

tulipsyellow

3 April 2008

Flowers of the same breed grow together? Not!

One braved the odds and stood up proud and unique!

tulip

2 April 08

Not a nice looking combination though....=D

16 comments :

  1. That's a resolute tulip! I kinda like the combo, though. :)

    (Re: the question you left on my blog, I am not an early-morning person, shots like those are always in the late afternoon. :D)

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  2. Lovely Pictures. True the yellow tulip doesn't look good with the others.

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  3. lovely! How I wish I can pick one and share it with someone.

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  4. Nice shot of the yellow tulips. I love the yellow color in flowers. :)

    As for the second photo, that yellow tulip does seem a bit out of place there.

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  5. So, that would be a tulip with an independent attitude -:)

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  6. Whahaha Fenix, there really is something wrong with my eyes...perhaps due to the itchiness :D - I like tulips a lot!

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  7. Destitute rebel: I guess it was left there when the gardeners plucked out everything and changed with those maroon and pink ones, it was really odd to see as it stands out.

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  8. Wow, Dong, I think that person would be really happy!

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  9. Reason why I saw it immediately Panaderos, too odd! Those tulips were actually inside a garden. =D I was about to take a photo when the owner of the house suddenly look out of the window lol and I smiled then motioned my camera and pointed to the tulips (he was an older man and was behind closed windows) He just smiled and nod and then I said Danke even if he didnt hear me and left....I could'nt pick em though.

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  10. More like a left out tulip Chuck, the pitiful yet loveliest!

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  11. Had there been several tulips together with red flowers surround the base then the combination would have been very appealing.

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  12. In the following days I'd look for the red ones Denton, and violet, and pink and oranges =D

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  13. Very nice tulipes and pâquerettes as we call them in French. How do you feel today, Gizelle?
    Thank you for commenting my blog, my daughter's photos are not so personal but just ...not very interesting if you don't know who is drinking this hot chocolate or crossing this bridge ;-)
    Could you tell me what you mean by Green thumb Sunday? I understand the words but is it a group or something?
    A bientôt, see you soon!

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  14. Merci for a new French word =)

    I left you a comment on your page about Green Thumb Sunday. Thanks!

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  15. Love both of the pictures! In the combo photo what is the pink/red flowers called?

    (:

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  16. Kyels, they are still in the family of daisies as said by Alice (Arradon, France) but I don't know what in particular...

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