Zunday Zen … Springtime Splendor

Left Coast Travel, Nature, North America, Out and About, Photography, Poetry, Zunday Zen

Sweeping fields of brilliant bouquets
swaying gently in the breeze
clinking together
like champagne flutes
in joyful celebration.
Mother Earth wearing her Sunday Best!

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My passions in life are vegetarian cooking, gardening, photography, writing, good books, traveling and nature. Thanks for stopping by, Sabine

16 thoughts on “Zunday Zen … Springtime Splendor”

  1. Ohmygod those turned out wonderful!!!! The Monks must have been from your second visit! Lucky you!! I take pictures, you take works of art! Stunning, every one!
    Happy Zunday!

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    • Thank you Marlene! The monks arrived just as I was getting ready to leave, so stayed a bit longer and watched them have a great time. I loved seeing them! Brian and I were married by a monk in an orange robe. I’d be willing to go back again if you want!
      I couldn’t help myself but fall in love with these tulip fields! 💐
      Plus, I got some other garden tips for later in the spring. I hope you’ll come along! 😉

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    • Thank you so much! This turned out be one of my favorite outings ever! Hard to describe, each step I took lead me to yet another amazing variety of tulips. I might have to go back one more time before it’s all over! 😉

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  2. Beautiful featured photo! I’ll have to look at the slideshow later on my computer, my ipad doesn’t have java. I’ve been waiting for this post since you mentioned you were going there! 🙂

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    • If you have a chance to visit the tulip farm next year, it’s worth it. A little bit like Holland. Also, the Portland area is beautiful. A little bit like the Black Forest, gorgeous scenery never far away. I am working on another post about the tulips and also more about the place I call home now, and quite possibly the most beautiful place I’ve ever lived! 😊


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