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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Remember the Tulips??

The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts; therefore guard accordingly. Marcus Aurelius

16 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

(i like that mossy fence!) :)

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Oh, I'm so ready for tulips.

cieldequimper said...

Yes, I remember them fondly, it was 3 years ago that I went to Skagit Valley!

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
That is one stunning scene Sylvia!! Hope your week is going good - glad you're still with us!! YAM xx

Mama Zen said...

So pretty, Sylvia!

Suz said...

oh right on

Mersad said...

Beautiful image. So colorful.

Jack said...

These tulips look great, Sylvia. Especially with that mountain behind them.

So, you think my portraits of lovely women are better than the photos of men? They say you should take photos of what you love . . .

Lois said...

Beautiful picture Sylvia! I have a daffodil that is blooming right now and I'm really ready for spring to get here!

Andrea said...

What a beautiful shot and I love the quote because it is oh so true. I am so glad you are still here. I am not sure what happened, but it seemed like you were saying Goodbye and now you are back ... That, my dear, is a good thing. Glad to have you back and hope all is well.

Andrea @ From The Sol

magiceye said...

Lovely colour spread!!

christopher said...

I will guard against the thought of all the potholes, slush and soggy clothes this month.

George said...

Thanks for reminding me what tulips look like. It's been a long winter.

Indrani said...

So colorful and beautiful.
Thanks for the quote.

Sridharan Srinivasan said...

The flower and the quote are both beautiful.. thanks for sharing.

NatureFootstep said...

a that is beautiful. So nice to look at. :)

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