Linda Maye Adams

Tulip sightings around Washington, DC

Flowers in Washington, DC

One of the things I like about spring in Washington, DC, is the explosion of color.  Winter makes the city brown and barren, and then first signs of buds appear as spring approaches.  The cherry blossoms make their entrance, and then, within two weeks, the whole place turns colorful.  Tulips bloom right on the heels of the cherry blossoms and are just as spectacular with their vibrant colors.  Some photos for your viewing pleasure!

Red and yellow tulips

These were in full sunlight and blowing in the wind. It was amazing how the camera instantly stopped their movement.

Overhead shot of yellow tulips

Checking out the overhead shot of the yellow tulips. I call this color “Irwin Allen Yellow.” Can you guess why?

Overhead shot of the inside of a red tulip.

I have a new camera, so I was playing with getting a shot straight down of the inside of this red tulip.

Puple and yellow tulips

Purple and yellow! Oh, my!

Overhead shot of purple tulips

Another overhead shot of the purple tulips

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  1. Nice post and viewing pleasure are also best.


    • Thanks for stopping by, Ivan!


      • My pleasure, and you have a great blog


  2. I love tulips! They’re such cheerful flowers.

    The carpets of pink cherry blossom petals are really catching my eye these days.


    • I always look forward to seeing them bloom. It’s just a shame they don’t last too long.


  3. Daffodils, pansies, cherry blossoms, tulips… I love them all. Spring is here, and I couldn’t be happier.


    • Yay! Now if only it would stay warm long enough …


  4. We’re well into Autumn down here so these are a beautiful poignant memory of what was and a reminder of what will be.


    • That’s right — you’re in Australia. We just got out of everything being so brown. All the color is amazing.


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