Wednesday, March 23, 2011

An Aerial View Of Spring Time







When you first saw the aerial view.....
Did you know what it was?
I didn't.

some image credits .kelly oshiro events
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21 comments:

  1. Hi Renee ~ Such gorgeous..gorgeous photos. At first glance I'd have to say it was my home state of Washington in lovely Skagit Valley. But I'm suspecting you just may throw me a curve ball? I've been so darn MIA, and I've missed coming 'round to pester you. Hoping you're doing well and happy Spring!! Thanks for your comment this a.m. Yours are always the best (& funniest!).

    Hugs to you my friend xx oo

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  2. Hi! Great photos!
    Ιsn't it Holland? I think it is, but sometimes places look similar...

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  3. Gorgeous! Had no clue. I thought, exotic vegetables. Just shows that I'm more into veggies than flowers!

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  4. Only because I think I have seen it a few times, my trained mind said "tulips" the minute I saw it but in fairness I probably though the first time I saw it that it was some groovy abstract piece of art from some uber cool new painter!
    Aren't tulips just amazingly gorgeous!! One of my favorite flowers, just bought a whole bunch a few days ago and filled a huge basket in my kitchen with them and its so pretty to walk into the room being greeted by all those gorgeous flowers!!
    Beautiful Renee!!

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  5. Only because I think I have seen it a few times, my trained mind said "tulips" the minute I saw it but in fairness I probably though the first time I saw it that it was some groovy abstract piece of art from some uber cool new painter!
    Aren't tulips just amazingly gorgeous!! One of my favorite flowers, just bought a whole bunch a few days ago and filled a huge basket in my kitchen with them and its so pretty to walk into the room being greeted by all those gorgeous flowers!!
    Beautiful Renee!!

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  6. Renee,

    Love tulips they're natures found-objects-dimensional-art with a short life span. Loved the stripes the remind me of satin ribbons. Beautiful and yes I knew what the rows of color were we have quite a few flower growers in the county.

    Bette

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  7. Beautiful - how I love tulips! At first, I thought it was a design, perhaps along the lines of Photo Shop. But if those are truly fields of tulips and other spring flowers, well, that's is amazing! Brings a smile to my face!

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  8. Spectacular! It has to be the Netherlands!

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  9. Oh, and I meant to say, keep on towards your dream and remember, diamonds (big, bright, shiny) are formed under pressure! xa

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  10. Ohhh Renee......great post......Can't you just see that last photo blown up (5'x5') and hanging in an entrance hall on your black lacquered / vinyl papered walls?....k

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  11. kathy,
    i can see that.
    it would be so dramatic.
    i would love it.
    xxx

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  12. The aerial view is stunningly amazing! Love those gorgeous flowers! Have a fabulous day, Kellie xx

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  13. I knew it was tulips ('cause I am very clever and, I have seen it before!!!!)
    Now I have to go visit Kathy because she stole my comment!!!
    I really need that last one do you mind if I pinch it?! xx Jules

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  14. alaine....
    i am working on it daily.
    thanks for the boost!!

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  15. kathy
    you are soooo right!
    it would look great.
    xx

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  16. Makes me want to ride in that Bi-wing plane at OwlsHead. Beautiful.

    Mamma

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  17. It's snowing like crazy here, so your pics are very à propos because I NEED to believe that spring is coming! I particularly love the last photo, how stunning!!!

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  18. Love this post, Renee! Hope your week is going well. xo

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  19. me too....
    amazing painting of God....

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  20. Oh wow, I LOVE the colourful fields, never seen anything like that..beautiful photos, really enjoying your blog :)

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