Monday, April 15, 2013

The Life & Death Of A Tulip

Everyday at lunch time for 12 consecutive days I photographed the same Tulip. Notice day 4, it was cold & raining, the flower closed.

I will give an unmarked copy of the collage, or the 12 individual images to educators for classroom use. All I ask in return is credit to be given to me.
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10 comments:

  1. So wonderful how you depicted all the different stages. Such a pretty flower.

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  2. Thank you for your comment. I am working on an apple blossom, but it may be to long of a process.

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  3. A nice series of study!

    I answered your question in my comments and edited my post; but the red-wing was perched on my backyard bird feeder.

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  4. The stages of the tulip are fascinating. It amazes me how nature can adapt to the sunshine and know when to open and close. Brilliant! Chel

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    1. I was very surprised to see it closed. I had to double check in my mind that it was the same flower.

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  5. What a clever and unique idea,it is quite fascinating

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    1. Thank you, I have been watching the rose bush for the first sign of a bud.

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  6. Love this. The series would look great printed as a poster and hanged on a wall.

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  7. Zosia would you like me to send you the individual images? I would be happy to send then to you in a zip file that you could open and print.

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