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  1. Lovely tulip, Marilyn, a perfect Mother’s Day gift.
    Leslie

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  2. A beauty. Haven’t seen a yellow tulip in ages.

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  3. Stunning shot – the lighting and focus give it a definite 3D effect to me! 🙂

    love.

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  4. There you are, and you added something so cheerfully vernal. I like it, Marilyn. May the sunshine soon shine on your window. Thank you.

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    • I’m sure we will get summer, probably one day in the middle of next week. But for now, although the leaves are almost fully opened — EVEN here where they are oak — it’s definitely cold enough to need heat at night. This isn’t the first time by any means. I remember one summer where we spent two weeks on Martha’s Vineyard — the final two weeks of June — and we needed a fire at night and had to go out and buy blankets and sweaters. I think it warmed up for the last few days. It was beautiful, but COLD. Especially on an island, that salty air really cuts through clothing. At least there weren’t a lot of other tourists!

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  5. It’s been an unusual season here — rainier than usual, May Gray but with mist too.

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  6. That’s a beautiful yellow tulip!

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