Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
It's the first time I see this beautiful flower!Have a good new week! ;-)
How pretty! The lighting is perfect, too. Very nice images.
I have not seen these before. Quite lovely!
Wow, I've not seen this flower before either...They're beautiful!
they're very neat! wouldn't have guessed them as tulips.
Me too, totally unfamiliar variety. But I like how sweet and dainty they look.
Gorgeous, I love the world of Macro.
Lovely, for sure.
I have these blooming in my garden as well.They are very pretty.
My first reaction was the first is best. Nope, the clump shot is better. Never saw these flowers before. Lovely. Thanks.
Looks like you've introduced a lot of us to a new flower. :)Lovely pics. I really like the way it is colored.Carletta's Captures
They are beautiful!
Lovely details of these gorgeous tulips!
Swe-e-e-e-t mother nature. these are gorgeous.Here's an open invitation to view my 'legendary' MERMAID'S PURSE...a sea 'oddity'. If you have time...come on over for a visit!!Have a super Monday.
The 'Tarda' was a littly tardy :-)Is everything springlike now?Not a flake of snow left?They are the only tulips I really care for. Nice to see them now that ours are long gone.
I've never seen these before. I do like small unexpected bits of color tho and can imagine these in our garden.Darla
I love the little species Tulips too. Darn Squirrels!! MB
Beautiful little garden stars!
Wow this is tulips? I have not seen this even in the Tulips Festival in Holland,Michigan. I think you've got a very good and rare kind of tulips there. And yes squirrel love it too! ^_^ Thanks for the visit I do appreciate it.Hummingbird
We went to a Thai restaurant the other evening which served edible flowers. I did not eat them.These are funky. I mean, c'mon, someone forgot to finish painting the leaves! Sheesh!
Very nice macro.
ADORABLE yellow flower!Léia
Beautiful lovely flower. Your macro is excellent, and I'm glad you showed the whole plant as well.
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