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The crystal ball didn't work out so good here. It looked good until I edited.. :/ and I realized there were reflections. But at least the tulips are in focus…

I was watching some photography expo talks online about creative flat lays and decided to have a go. Not bad for a first attempt, I think.

I am not usually into photographing flowers but I make an exception for tulips. I've just rediscovered this one which is one of my favourites. There was…

Tulips grew wild in the Tien Shan Mountains and were cultivated in Istanbul in 1055. In the 15th century, tulips were among the most prized flowers; the flower…

Any other year I would not have been able to take this picture without hundreds of people in it. It's Tulip Time Festival week here, but the festival and all…

These pictures were taken with the new Voigtlander Classic 35mm f/1.4 MC II, which I only had for a short time. I was hoping it could replace an old Leica lens…

I love tulips. (One of my many TBR [to be read] books is "Tulipomania" — which looks to be quite good.) So sad that in another month they will all be gone. Here…

I spent a lot of time staring at these Tulips with the sun illuminating them against the green, yellow, and grey of the cemetary. I took a series of photos from…

I'm so very happy my good friend challenged me to 30 days of photos (which I really have honored...though I've not posted daily: Lessons are being Learnt). For…

In my bid to extract every last photographic possibility from my tulip I focused today on the stem and the final petal. With a piece of tissue paper over the…

Our rescued tulip has continued its demise today, with three of the petals giving way to gravity. I thought I’d take a different approach with it this time,…

The tulip Kevin rescued from our garden last week is still on our dining room windowsill, gently drifting into old age and decay. One of our camera club…
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