SPRING – Tender Tulips

Signs of Spring are appearing everywhere on the hillside now – tiny blue forget-me-nots, wild violets, the first cowslips, the early daffodils, even some very precocious iris are in full bloom seeking the warmth of the sun.   Opportunities for photographs abound and I have a score of ideas for posts for the coming days.   I decided however, to start my spring pictures with some stunning pale pink tulips which I guiltily confess I found in the local florist yesterday.  They may not be from the garden this time but their delicate colour and tender arching forms made them irresistibly pretty subjects!

 

 ALL PHOTOS © JANE MORLEY

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    1. Thankyou busylady! They’re such a lovely delicate colour 🙂

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  1. west517 says:

    Delicate beauty you’ve captured and expressed perfectly. This is a wonderful set- reminds me of everything I love about Spring. 🐻 Outstanding. ❤ 🐻 ❤

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    1. Thanks a million west 🙂 Really pleased you like them – that pink is just so pretty! 🙂 🙂

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  2. Anne says:

    Oh.My. GOD!!!! I absolutely LOVE tulips! You made my day, my week, my month. – That is just stunning photography. I want your prints on my wall… We’ll need to work out a way sometime. Xoxo

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    1. Anne says:

      P.S. And, I’m not a huge fan of pink either. Will miss the deep colors of autumn/winter on here, but you’ve tempted me enough with the promise of pastels and brights.

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      1. Funny really, I love autumn colours too but I can never resist pink !! Please do visit my website – see other message!! – http://www.theartcardpress.com – I’m trying to spread the word!!! Cards already available and prints to order !! 🙂 🙂

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    2. Hi Anne! Thankyou!!! I’m delighted you like them and guess what – I’m going to be doing prints soon! Please do check out my new website http://www.theartcardpress.com – you’ll find lots of my stuff already available as cards and lots of new things in the pipeline. If you like the site please tell your friends too, I need to spread the word! xx

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      1. Anne says:

        Jane, this is lovely. Of course I will check it out. About spreading the word, let’s talk. Will email you in a bit. Xoxo

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      2. Thanks Anne! Would love to have your ideas re ‘spreading the word’ ! Look forward to hearing from you 🙂 x

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  3. Seriously, Jane. I don’t know how you do it, but your photos have an uncanny way of making me desperate to leap into your world. What I wouldn’t give to see life through your eyes for just one hour. Truly, wholly stunning. Mother Nature must surely stand and applaud when you walk into a room for being able to take her work one notch above what even she envisioned would be worthy.
    🙂

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    1. Dear Shelley you are so kind – you’ve made my day! I truly wish I could transmit more than a fraction of the vision I have in my own head when I begin my little photoshoots. I’m just delighted that you like what I do manage to achieve! I’m currently struggling to make some almond blossom photos measure up !! 😀 PS I hope you found Lavenham via Google and would love to know if you have indeed already been there in person ? 🙂

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