Six Word Saturday: Some tulips just starting to decay

Had a busy day today, but returned home to see these tulips were just falling over, so here they are:

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Hopefully, I can get more mileage out of them in the coming days!

 

40 comments

  1. Tulips really don’t last very long. I’m sure you’ll make the most of their demise though. 😃

  2. Oh-oh! Here we go again! 🙂 🙂

  3. loved the gorgeous tulips!! will keep enjoying them for a bit longer too, I’m sure.
    and the comments here, kept me entertained as well! cheers, Debi 🙂

  4. That middle leaf is superb, and so is the sense of imminent transparency in the petals. I love this series with the no-background.

  5. Allan G. Smorra

    A Decay Away a Day Challenge? Seriously, tho, these are beautiful.
    Ω

  6. Have you done a bud to decay sequence Sue?

    • Sue

      Don’t have the opportunity much now, no longer having a garden…but I have done enough images of peonies in different stages, so you have prompted me for a post!!p

  7. …and they are lovely!

  8. You always do these so well. Worth a book one day, I reckon.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  9. Wunderschön liebe Grüße und eine gute neue Woche lieber Gruß Gislinde

  10. wonderful photo, Sue, I love decaying flowers, cheers Mitza

  11. I always thought tulips were a study flower. They are not delicate looking like some others. Many bloggers post pictures of nature in all of its stages. I have learned to enjoy flowers even at the end of their life. Your tulips are still beautiful and I am sure if they could speak they would say you gave them very special care. 🙂

  12. Wonderful image; I love the amazing beauty of tulips, but they definitely don’t last long.

  13. Beautiful …now I’m waiting for the next stages!

  14. Lovely in colour too.

  15. I’ve a feeling we will be seeing more of these beauties in posts to come…

  16. If nothing else, you captured them beautifully in this shot. Love the crisp colours.

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