Saturday Snapshots #37


London tulips – St Paul's, April 2009

The first spring I spent in London, I was awestruck by the appearance of the tulips.  Every flowerbed in the city that had appeared lifeless only a month prevously, exploded in a sea of vibrant colour, with shades varying from the most delicate lemon yellow to deep purple to this exuberant fountain of yellow and orange.  I could not walk past a bed without taking a photo.  Nine years on, nothing has changed :)

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  1. says

    Gorgeous! I love tulips too – I remember them being cheap to buy as great bunches of pretty pink or white, or scarlet and yellow, in the florists too. Thanks for reminding me!