Of All Stripes

Glorious colours! Multi-striped field of tulips, Edendale. [***This field was on the opposite side of the gravel country road from where I took the first two photos of the pink tulip field] ~Mon 17 Oct. Southland, New Zealand.

***Update, 19 Oct. Correction: the striped field of tulips below was alongside a different road, a short drive away.. it was the first field of tulips that we found.






Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)

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    1. You’re very welcome Tanja! Would you like to see another post with four pics taken at the (very bright) far-end? I’ve just finished preparing it and will post it straight away if you get back to me 🙂

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      1. Oh, yes they wood. My dad raised beef cows for awhile when I was growing up, and their escapes caused more than a few $ damage to neighbors’ gardens. Cows’ nosiness is much more intense than their intellect would suggest 🤣. And their ability to follow their noses to tasty crops.

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      1. I never noticed scent from ours, either, but of course a couple of dozen in a garden might not be enough. Now that I think of it, I’ve never heard of a perfume that’s tulip-scented, either.

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