Tulip - still beautiful as it dies

by Sadhya Rippon May. 05, 2012 4596 views

Look at all those aphids enjoying a meal.

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Christa 5 years ago

I agree with you. Just like a beautiful women, she is still lovely even old, in a different way.

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Patricia Gonzales 5 years ago

Marvelous and yes, still beautiful!

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Marsha 5 years ago

Yes! Just as beautiful as when they were in their prime, I think! Lovely images, Sadhya!

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Paul 5 years ago

lets hope to see them again next year. nice set.

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Lisa Charbonneau 5 years ago

Great picture, amazing and i am agree with your title!!!

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Finbarr 5 years ago

Superb set !!

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Yokai 5 years ago

Beautiful ! I like your unique point of view !!

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Lluã­S Dalmau 5 years ago

amazing set!

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S&M 5 years ago

I entirely agree with you. In fact, I have a deal with a florist to photograph flowers she can no longer sell. She thinks I'm crazy, but I know when I'm onto a good thing. I think the first in the set is the most effective. I'm not so sure the bokeh works in 3 and 4.

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Marilyn Grimble 5 years ago

You are indeed correct ... we all look beautiful in our coffins ... the wrinkles disappear and peace and tranquility surpass the troubles of life.
It's the death throes which give me the odd twitch !! :-)

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Olga Helys 5 years ago

Oh, yès,
They're so beautiful indeed !
Great DOF, details, soft colors
Like them all especially the first one

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Larry Sample 5 years ago

Yes! They are beautiful, even as they die. Thank you for sharing. I am going to a greenhouse today with an abundance of exotic plants and am hoping that it is not as hot and steamy as the last time I visited. Camera fogged up right away and I had to get out of there. Peace!

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