Tag Archives: Tulips
The weather is right for the tulips this spring, the gardener told us. They will take their time and open in stages. I found this bed of tulips particularly voluptuous.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg On this day in the garden, the tulips were fading gracefully. Other blooms were ready to replace them, but they could still take a final bow.
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg Gorgeous private gardens were open to visitors on this glorious Saturday with blue sky, fleeing clouds and sudden downpours to add to the variations of light. Here a lone tulip caught my eye. Perfect, … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg Spring flowers are blooming. So rapidly do the trees and early flowers blossom on the first warm days, I find it hard to keep to my resolve to record the sequence of this year’s … Continue reading
Photo copyright 2014 by Susan Reinberg Why black and white for this image? One might ask. Though the delicate colors of these perfect blooms were alluring, the curves and pointing lines interested me more, and the subtlety of tone without … Continue reading