I think this photo is now correctly identified courtesy of Eric. Worth a visit for all you enthusiastic gardeners.
A very lovely picture and a beautiful tulp,Amelia. We have many,many tulips in Holland but this kind of tulps a never saw bevor, gratulations with this picture!! I have also TULIPS.
Nice greetings from the Netherlands, Jac
Thank you Jac for your lovely comment. I have seen the tulips for real in Holland, they are spectacular. This one is a species tulip, and I have been informed by one of your fellow countrymen erik [see above] that it is probably T.clusiana. Who am I to argue with that! It's a bit late now, but I shall definitely visit your tulips another time.
Greetings to Holland from the UK, Amelia
Lovely tulips and nice composition Amelia Royan! Greetings...
Hello MINE SAGUNER. Welcome to my gallery. Thank you for this lovely comment. I really appreciate your visit.
If the colors are so in the reality, you are in Heaven! Stupendous picture. Regards.
Yes Fernando the colours are so in reality. Norway is a beautiful country, we spend our time between there and the UK. Thank you for this lovely comment.
Truely amazing shot Amelia what tender flowres in a fairytale like setting.. Y*. Warm wishes, Peter
Such a lovely shot Amelia - golden cheer on a misty morning. Ethereal looking. Congrats!!
Hazel Cape Town
I see I am a bit behind here:
Thank you dear Peter, your comments and praise are always so welcome. And thank you so much for including these tulips in your gallery of favourites ;-)
Hislen fra Norge, Amelia
Hazel - you have really been searching through to find this one. Adrian and I were out walking on this misty morning and there were these beautiful tulips ... such a wonderful surprise to see them growing wild. I must check if they are there again this year.
Greetings from Norway, Amelia
Dear Janina, without your comment I would have ignored the replies to Peter and Hazel. The tulips are very simple flowers, but it was amazing where they were growing. Normally they are found in gardens, but these seemed to have found their freedom onto the cliffs by the sea. This is one of my earlier photos, but I still love it.
Thank you for your lovely comment.
Amelia "your" tulips look differently ... if I compare f.e. with these flowers... sharp triangular leafs are unusual for me
... I thought first about an art-work . I've got such "bouquet" of wooden flowers years ago)...
They are really wild and beautiful...
They are species tulips, and with the help of Erik, we think they are T.clusiana. The petals are more pointed than many of the cultivated varieties which people have in their gardens, so they look quite different from the ones in your link.
Greetings dear friend, Amelia
What a beautiful macro picture!!!
Greetings from Pia
Good morning Pia, thank you for dropping by to leave such a nice compliment. I was surprised to see these tulips on this misty morning on the Norwegian coast.
Good wishes from Amelia
LIKE4. Nice photo, interesting wild flower.
Greetings from Sweden, Leif.
Thank you for opening this golden oldie Leif. It was such a surprise to see them growing here on the cliffs on this misty morning.
Beste hilsener fra Norge til Sverige, Amelia
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Photo taken in Sola, Norway
Misplaced? Suggest new location