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18 July 2012

A Morning of Pink Tulips

A blushing pink spring tulip catches the soft morning light of dawn.
It was an early spring morning. As I wandered sleepily down the stairs to make the morning coffee my eye caught the sweet pink blush of dawn painting the delicate blooms of a bouquet of tulips on the table. The combination of soft dewy light and natural pink color of the flowers was irresistible to me. Feelings of sweet childhood memories filtered through my mind; soft blankets, pink bunnies, evening clouds, and fragrant blossoms. It was a moment to catch and freeze in time. I hope you enjoy it. 











A blushing pink spring tulip catches the soft morning light of dawn.
Pink Tulip Light 3 



A blushing pink spring tulip catches the soft morning light of dawn.
Pink Tulip Light 1



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12 comments:

  1. Just beautiful, Julie. Love them both so much!

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    1. Thanks Judi! There is something about pink that is so appealing to me.

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  2. These are so stunning, my friend!

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  3. who wouldn't love something so beautiful... very nice capture. have a great night~

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    1. Thank you Naquillity! Hope your day is super!

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  4. These have such a lovely, soft glow! Beautiful!

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    1. Thank you Karen. I often like to shoot flowers in the morning light. It really does seem to give them a soft glow.

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  5. WOW!

    I found your blog through "Kalei's Best Friend"

    Unbelievable photos!!!

    ~shoes~

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    1. Nice to meet you Shoes! Kalei and I go way back online. So glad you found me and like my work!

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  6. Both are just as you described: pleasant memories of all things pink. I still live it because my youngest daughter is still in a "pink phase." Not much longer though, as purple is her new favorite. :)

    I couldn't pick a favorite. I'd choose light 3 if I needed more of the splash of yellow in my room; otherwise, I'd choose light 1 which has a deeper pink in the petals.

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    1. It seems that all little girls go through the pink phase. Remember "My Little Pony!" LOL Thanks for your comment. Glad you like the tulips!

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