Tulips are one of my favourite flowers. I love the multitude of colors that they are available in. Having them in a range of colors in a field is certainly really a visual treat.
It was a spectacular scene at Tao Yuan Shien Valley in Taoyuan, Taiwan. It was really wondrous to see so many different tulips at one place.
A shot of the landscape garden.
Don’t you feel that you have stumbled onto a piece of heaven by being surrounded by so many lovely tulips ?
A red tulip
A dark maroon tulip
I do not know the name of the different types of tulips on display as there were no signage to indicate so.
A sea of tulips
It certainly felt magical to be surrounded by the different colored tulips. It gave me a lot of opportunity to play around with different type of shots. I had the chance to experiment with taking pictures at different angles and changing the focus of my shots.
A cluster of pink tulips
I took a selection of single shots and wider angle shots which featured more blooms within a frame.
Light pink tulips in pots
Not all the tulips were planted in the ground as I spotted these potted one at one of the sections of the garden.
Pink tulips with trees in the background.
Do you love looking at tulips also?
Ps; I posted more pictures of tulips on the other blog- Rachel Dominique. Hop on over if you want to view them 🙂
Last week I brought Monkey boy to the Tulipmania at the Flower Dome. I have been wanting to see the 20,000 Tulips that were imported for the display from Netherlands. The flowers really very colourful.
Monkey boy posing in an over-sized pair of clogs
We saw the trademark Holland wooden clogs and couldn’t resist to take a photo with it. I love the drawing on the shoes.
The “sea” of tulips.
There were many lovely tulips and they were of many different colours. The tulips filled up the entire basement of the Flower Dome.
A red bloom
One of the red blooms which I saw. I love how it looked in full bloom with the petals ruffled.
I love the vibrant yellow of this tulip. It really does brighten up your day if one were given a bunch of these tulips on a special occasion.
Windmill among the tulips
Looking at the windmill reminded me so much about the time I had in Holland when I visited the country when I was a teenager. I’m hoping to be able to bring the kids there one day.
Mixed coloured bloom.
A lovely two coloured bloom. The light parts of the petals are accentuated by the dark pink giving it more volume and a better visual appeal.
These pink blooms were very pleasant to the eyes. I wouldn’t mind having a bunch to put on my dining table at home.