I hope you took some rest from tulips because more of them is coming. I will mix them with other things because however difficult it is to believe but yeah, one can get tired of too many tulips.
Let's start with a single one, then proceed to the fields and flowerbeds, with some single mixed in again.
Not a tulip!
Some tulips are black and white...
This yellow beauty is laburnum.
OK, decisively not a tulip. Himalayan blue poppy.
Let's move away from the gardens and flowers (as if it were so easy to do in Victoria!) Downtown, Inner Harbor causeway.
Beacon Hill Park
Quick dash into the world of butterflies and turtles
This cutie was about an inch and a half long!
Cruise ship terminal
Don't you feel as though you did a tour all over the city? And guess what... there are many tulips still to see in the future posts, like it or not.
This part of RealityTrader site is my rest area. Favorite way to waste time with no purpose - in other words, hobby and fun. Some of the photos I like and want to share, some shooting techniques, some photo gear matters - that's what this site is about. I shoot with Olympus gear, currently E-M1. Favorite lenses are 12-40 f/2.8, 50 F2 macro, 50-200 f/2.8-3.5 and 7-14 f/4.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Tulips and more
Posted by Vadym Graifer at 5:48 PM No comments:
Labels: 12-40 f/2.8, 50-200, BC, Beacon Hill Park, breakwater, Butchart Gardens, Butterfly Gardens, flowers, Greater Victoria, Inner Harbour, Ogden Point, Olympus E-M1, peacocks, Sidney, tulips, Vancouver Island, Victoria
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