Those are amazing pictures. Are they from the Fraser Valley? I love the 9 patch quilt and the quilting you have done on it. As well as the Bricks and Stepping stones quilt. Lovely wedding pictures. I have been reading but not commenting lately - so I am trying to catch up. We are heading off tomorrow for the Fraser Valley Quilt show. Are you going?
Norma those pictures could not be more beautiful! Thank you...I needed a "pretty" with all the ugly news.
Ohhh Norma, what glorious pictures, thank you for sharing. I also love your scrap nine patch quilt, it's sensational!*hugs*Tazzie:-)
Beautiful photos, thanks so much for sharing! (I can see that top one as a quilt!)
Absolutely stunning photos! Tulips are my favorite flowers. Would you be willing to send one or two of them to Snapfish and have them printed for me? I'll pay for them.
Just beautiful!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing them.
Just beautifull. Does look like here at the moment, just missing that mountains here. We have made a long bikeride sunday between the fields, but forgot my camera
Gorgeous pictures! Oh, wow! I've been wanting to get up there to see those ribbons myself some day! Just stunning. Thanks for sharing them!
Beautiful! Where is it taken exatly? I want to go tooooo!
What fantastic pictures and my 4 year old thinks it looks like a rainbow...Lovely
all you need is a lawnchair and you'd be in heven :-)
Incredible! Do you get to view this often?
They do look like ribbons---and I know that you have "For the Beauty of the Earth" to enjoy in between their flowering. As gorgeous as those tulips are, the mountain scenery is just as beautiful. How blessed you are to have that in your backyard so to speak.
O my. How lovely.
This is spectacular. So much nicer than my brown dirt paddocks that are in desperate need of rain. Thankyou for thinking of blogland and sharing these amazing pics. This is the only way I will ever get to see something like this. Thankyou...... Thankyou.......
My gosh Norma, the tulip pictures are just incredible!! I just want to gather armfuls and bring them home. I suppose it must be a bulb farm for it to make sense of soooo many tulips. I had no idea...great pictures, thanks for sharing. Hugs, Finn
Oh how beautiful - God's creative genius at it's best. Thanks for sharing.
Wow, how gorgeous! You just can't top Mother Nature for beauty. Thanks so much.
I love tulips! they are my most favouratest flowers! Thanks for sharing your the beauty of nature!
Oh my gosh - those pictures are amazing! I"ve never seen anything like it in real life! Thank you so much for bringing us some spring!
Those pictures of the tulips are gorgeous -- it looks like a rainbow lying on the ground.I love the card that you attached to the wedding "Stepping Stones" quilt - what a lovely sentiment for such a beautiful quilt.
I love to see the tulip fields. Are these in La Connor? I've been once to see the fields and was in awwwwwww.We should have met up at the show for tea.
How fabulously beautiful! I imagine these are taken up your way. Probably similar sights a bit south near LaConner WA. I remember my dad always drove from Seattle to LaConner every spring because he thought Tillinghast Farms had the best seed anywhere. It was a great drive so we used it as a family trip instead of him ordering from the seed catalog.
Tulips grown on mass like that look wonderful in Holland but with those fabulous mountains in the background, what can I say...........awesome!!!!!!!!!!
Lucky you to see tulips blooming! Here in Toronto, my tulips are just barely up, but soon, soon they will bloom.
Wow those colours! Beautiful tulips.....there is certainly a landscape quilt or wall hanging in that view. You must feel inspired to use it and savour it after the blooms have gone. Just amazing...thanks for sharing the photos!
Thanks so much for sharing the pictures of the "ribbons of color" - simple beauty - Mother Nature doing her job! Sigh!Ever since I visited a huge tulip farm in Holland I've been in awe of that flower. So many beautiful colors!
Wow. We used to go to Woodburn, Oregon when they had the tulip festival and it was like that....just colors EVERYWHERE. How can anyone not believe in God when they see that?? Thanks for sharing. It made me smile. :)
I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like that, Norma. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures!
fabulous pictures Norma. we went out on saturday-it was just amazing!
How beautiful - I grew up where sweet peas were grown for seed. I do so miss seeing fields and fields of color . . . not to mention the lovely smell.
Hi, Norma. It's hard to believe the landscape shots are real. Wow.