Tulip Festival 2017 – Day 1


For me Day 1 means my first tulip festival photo shoot of the year.

And no, there are no tulips quite yet. But the daffodils have started to bloom! Here is the Bloom Map to see where they are.

Last two years, the daffodils were almost done by now. But this has been an unusually wet, cold and dreary winter.

Here are two daffodil images from this morning.

We did espy one lone tulip…

And a few snow geese.

Picture takin’ in Skagit Valley is way beyond cool!

I offer guided Photo Tours of Tulip Festival, here is the link with more info

For anyone interested in more of a wilderness experience, we also do North Cascades Hiking and Photo Tours and for anyone interested in photographing the Milky Way, Night Sky Photo Tours.

 

 

8 thoughts on “Tulip Festival 2017 – Day 1

  1. Oh joy, oh joy, oh joy!!! Could it be that spring really is here, Andy? Your gorgeous images certainly seem to suggest that. Thank you for this booster shot of color β€” and hope.

  2. Thanks for the Coverage.. have over the Last few years passed your Photos, Name and contact info to others. Rewarding to see the Tours are doing well.. Stay Safe..Stay Healthy.. stay attuned to Nature and stay in touch.

    On Sun, Mar 19, 2017 at 3:56 PM, North Western Images – photos by Andy Porter wrote:

    > Andy Porter posted: “For me Day 1 means my first tulip festival photo > shoot of the year. And no, there are no tulips quite yet. But the daffodils > have started to bloom! Here is the Bloom Map to see where they are. Last > two years, the daffodils were almost done by now. B” >

  3. Share on a friend’s Timeline Close Friend: A photo close to your Neighborhood.. by Stan BURMAN photographer of the Numerous Southwestern Captures… He is just South of You as this photo shows..If you would..share some of your Night Shots and Tulip Festival with a Kindred Spirit.. (The advertising would be a Gift to each other.. Thanks.

    [image: Image may contain: cloud, sky, mountain, outdoor and nature] Stan Burman May 6 at 11:56pm Β·

    A pleasant view of a beautiful mountain. Mt. Hood, Oregon.

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