After the Thunderstorm

Red Tulip

Red Tulip

The spring bulbs are just beginning to bloom in our yard. There were a few red tulips up this morning, barely opened, but before I got outside for a bit of Sunday photography, the skies grayed and we had thunderstorms. So the tulips had a bath, and then I got my tulip photos with rain drops.

I think my grandmother used to tell me weather superstitions about Easter Sunday and rain. Yep, just Googled “myths about rain on Easter Sunday.” If it rains on Easter Sunday, there will be rain on the next seven Sundays, so says the old lore.

Hope that bit of weather forecasting doesn’t prove true!

About Bo Mackison

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Comments

  1. Very pretty! Ours are still weeks away; not even buds yet.

  2. Beautiful! Mother nature giving the flowers a shower. I wouldn’t worry about the next seven weeks of rain. The groundhog didn’t exactly do a great job this year, either.

  3. Exquisite detail. So perfectly simple..

  4. This is delightful; tulips are one of my favorite kind of flowers. Lovely spring photograph, and the color is so beautiful.. This brought a smile to my face.

  5. Gandalf says:

    Wonderful rich colors in the tulip.

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