Floral Friday – a Tulip


A simple post today for Floral Friday, just tulip to show you from the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. However, perhaps a little business first.

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Floral Friday – a Tulip

Here is the tulip for you. It was one of many in a bunch. No idea how they managed to get them to grow at this time of year here in Australia. They are beautiful flowers, I hope you think so too.



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  1. love photographing tulips and i think you do too 🙂 Great macro, with lovely deep colors especially in combination with the dark background.

    I was wondering which lens you used for this.

    1. I do Pieter, though I don’t get to photograph them very often, unfortunately. Thank you, it was taken with the Tamron 90mm macro lens.

  2. Have taken many pictures of tulips but think that a lower viewpoint would get rid of the gap. I feel that sometimes on small sharp area also works as a fine art photo but you may not agree.

    1. I don’t have an issue with the gap Diana, I like doing them at all different angles. I have some straight on, but haven’t got them to yet.

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