Post Format The Way Flowers Were Meant to Vaselessly Be Haiku June 6, 2018 12 comments Not decapitated Not put in a coffin-like vase to beautify hell Midges with Tulip growing Outdoors… Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2018 Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookEmailPinterestRedditLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
The color!! Fabulous!!
Yes! 🙂 Did you notice the two diminutive insects on it?
Lovely to see this tulip in situ. 🙂
Exactly! It’s the way they were meant to be viewed! Please give LM a hug and a treat for us! 🙂
There are few, if any, tulips in my area, so it’s always a delight to see them. The color of this one is marvelous — I wonder if the midges appreciate the beauty of their home?
Crab spiders are good at seeing the color of flowers and blending in but i’m not sure what midges see, Linda. It was in our yard by the river. 🙂
What a beautiful color!
Yes, i agree, Grady! 🙂 This one is one of a few in our backyard by the river. It’s been crazy dry, for spring, and the flowers could be doing better in our area.
I love tulips. I had the chance to visit the biggest tulip garden in Amsterdam this year…it was heaven ❤️
Wow! I bet it was awesome! I’m sure that they had tons! 🙂
I saw one but maybe it is me and it is the end of a long day in front of a computer screen, but I do appreciate that vibrant purple which reminds me of a grape popsicle.