Sunday, May 29, 2011

Yellow tulips

One of the most loved flowers is tulips. And it's only in Holland,Michigan that I can see hundred varieties of tulips that I didn't know there it exist.  I was fortunate enough that this year I was able to visit the Tulip Festival again (2nd time) and with my camera I never passed any one tulip that I didn't  take a photo ^_^ Here is one that captured my heart. It's all yellow and when I saw it I was very tempted to plucked it hehehe! 

                                                         Mellow Yellow Monday

18 comments:

Shiju Sugunan said...

Beautiful tulips. Love the shots :)

Luna Miranda said...

delightful tulips!

my MYM

Kay L. Davies said...

Wonderful yellow tulips!
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Liz said...

Lovely tulips!

Have a fabulous week!

Liz @ MLC

A Woman's Note said...

I go crazy with your entry Kim. Ang ganda ganda gandaaaaaaaaa talaga ng tulips. was here for MYM.

Candace said...

Those are beautiful! Great capture of them too!

Greyscale Territory said...

A rich buttery gold! Glorious flowers!

lina@home sweet home said...

Tulips are so gorgeous!

jannet said...

those tulips are lovely!

Please take a chance to see my Yellow Monday. Thanks!

clavs said...

Happy MYM Manang Kim! mine is here:http://clavsupclose.blogspot.com/2011/05/mymbm-rt.html
clavs

Ann said...

if we go for a walk together, we will end up with enough flowers to make a bouquet. LOL

January said...

I'm so inlove with yellow.. sana merong tulip dito..huh

Visiting from Mellow Yellow Monday
Hope you can come and visit my MYMs: At the Back Seat, Calendar to Mini Box, White Hibiscus, and Galaxy Chocolate. Thanks!

LadyD said...

They look wonderful as if you could eat them! Great photos.

Shahz said...

Gorgeous MYM, visit mine..heheh

Dimple said...

Very pretty!

Sarah said...

Gorgeous Yellow Tulips.

chubskulit said...

Some lovely blooms ate Kim!

Mellow Yellow at my page.

Gattina said...

Beautiful ! I had to laugh about the place "Holland" because my son lives in Holland but the original one in Europe, lol ! I am sure some dutch imigrants gave this name and started with the tulips.