Wordless Wednesday: 4-16-14 Skagit Valley Tulips – 2

Wordless Wednesday 4-16-14

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  1. Those tulips are in such straight rows, absolutely stunning to look at. It must take a lot of maintenance to get them looking perfectly that way. Love how they are crimson red and they sky sky blue. A great contrast, and a great shot.


    1. Thanks Mabel! You’re right, the hours spent in each field must be incredible. Soon after the festival ends every tulip will be cut and the bulbs harvested for sale around the world. What a job!


      1. What a job indeed. All that effort to make sure each tulip is bright and blooming. Saw your other post on tulips, equally stunning. Sad to hear the tulips are cut after the festival ends but glad they will be going to homes!


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