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Funny what you find at the tulip festival :)

  • Posted April 20, 2011 by Beth Viewed 295 times

oh my this was a busy place overflowing with families speaking many languages, photographers taking pictures of models, families taking pictures of children and grandmas, fancy little trains filled with kids being pulled through the fields and here we were trying to stay focused on learning to take pictures of tulips!

happy dogs running through the tulips :)

potty break spots scattered here and there!

little wooden shoe trains racing by

I was trying to move the camera with the movement of the train….. guess it's a trial and error thing!

a young girl dressed up in a wedding gown (standing on a step stool… couldn't figure that one out)

some dramatic poses. not sure they could take pictures that included the tulips but looked like the girls were having fun!

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    • # Tom

      This is the 2nd time I have seen this place in PB where is that located Beth? Beautiful captures

      2011.04.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Brenda Nelson

      Such cute and quaint shots, Beth! I bet the bride is having her informal wedding shots done with that lovely background. I consider ALL photography "trial and error"!

      2011.04.21 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Suzie

      Thanks for sharing more of this day Beth. I am in Seaside now!!! Be in touch when I get home.

      2011.04.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Marsha

      That's a lot of tulips!!! Great collection of interesting and colorful shots from this event, Beth!

      2011.04.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Felecia

      Excellent set Bethany! I wish those porta-potties weren't in the second. Those tulips are awesome. And you come visit anytime sister! Just let me know a day a head so I can be off. WOO HOO!

      2011.04.20 Edited Reply Cancel

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