Tulip Poplar Blossom

tulip poplar blossom photo by Adrienne Zwart


Our tulip poplar tree is loaded with these. I am glad for the height of this tree, but I wish the blossoms were a little lower. I want to be able to see down inside one. (My tree-climbing days are long past.)

Comments

theArthurClan said…
Don't be a fuddy-duddy Adrienne...climb the tree! (And make sure that someone takes a photo of you while you're doing it. Hee!) Now that would be an awesome photo!
Beautiful Adrienne... The tulip poplar blooms are so pretty aren't they????

Hope you are having a great day.
Hugs,
Betsy
Shellmo said…
This is such a pretty photo!! (Don't climb the tree, but how about a ladder? LOL!)
Carol said…
Do they have a nice fragrance?

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That's a good question, Carol. They are so high up, that I really don't know. I have petunias planted in the bed underneath, so when I'm outside, that's what I smell.

Angie and Shelley: The lowest branches are still about 10 feet above our second story deck. I don't even think that the extension ladder would reach. (My husband would say, "See, we really DO need one of those Little Giant ladders!" Hahaha
easytravel said…
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Sara G said…
Beautiful photo! I also love your bluejay photo's. I have yet to get a bluejay photo. I have seen a couple, but by the time I am ready to take a picture they are too far out of range....I NEED a better zoom lens!!!
I would LOVE to see a picture of you in a tree too : ). Come on, you know that would make for an EXCELLENT blog post! Adrienne in Ohio climbs a TREE!

Your blossoms are lovely. Even if they are high up!
i beati said…
nice one I miss seeing these sandy
drewmark19 said…
Ugh. I'm so sick of the rain. It made perfect lighting conditions for your picture taking, though! Beautiful pictures.

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