Friday, June 12, 2015


June 10, 2015

One advantage of a late spring is that I can photograph tulips later ... :)

I made today's photos nearly a week after those I shared a few days ago. They have survived 2 frosts and a couple of visits by a moose. This is the first time that a moose has nibbled on the tulip plants in my back yard. One morning I went out and a dozen or so tulips had been chewed off and there were moose tracks around. Luckily it didn't like them too much because it may have eaten them all.

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William F Matthews said...

Delightful. The importance of lighting is 'highlighted' in these Tulip pictures. My Tulipa/Narcissi are going over now after two days of warm weather as the Amelanchier/Chuckley Pear trees show their beautiful blossoms............and the wild pin cherries follow suit.

K. Bruce Lane - Photo of the Day said...

Thanks for the positive comments. The chuckly pears and wild cherries are in full bloom here as well.

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