Last year I failed to make it to Pella to photograph tulips. In fact, I think it has been a couple of years since I’ve been to Pella. Which is sad, because I really enjoy photographing tulips. Even though, there are those that hate my flower photography, I persist.
While I didn’t make it to Pella last year, I did photograph a lovely patch of tulips behind Curtiss Hall on Iowa State’s campus while I was waiting for a Bernie Sanders event to start.
In many ways, that is better than Pella since it is known that Iowa State is superior to Central. While Central is filled with a bunch of wooden-shoe-humpers, Iowa State is filled with some of the best people on earth.
Here are my tulip photos:
Truth is that I will probably effort to make it to Pella this tulip season. If for no reason that I need to visit their bakeries. While dutch letters are straight trash, bokkepootjes are a little slice of heaven.
That is right, Photography 139, come for the high quality flower photography and stay for the straight fire pastry takes.
This is your reminder that this week’s WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE theme is COUNTRY:
A COUNTRY photo is any photo that is taken outside of a city or town.
Happy photo harvesting!