Pictures of Tulips from Modena, Italy

Last week I had this post Macro of… almost all of you gave the correct answer as Tulip. There were some answers like: Rose, Lotus, Hibiscus… I am now tempted to post macros of those flowers in my future posts.

Tulips from Modena

Here is the larger scene of the Tulip flowers I got to see in a park of Modena, Italy. How I often wish that I could grow them in my pots, but unfortunately Bangalore doesn’t have a favorable climate for it to grow. Sharing with you a poem I came across on Tulips, written by: Linda Hogeland. Each word is so perfect for it.

Tulips from Modena



The tulip has great strength as it pokes up from the sod

The strong green leaf surrounds the bud and acts as a façade
Then as the leaves spread open and the colored heads appear
The beauty of God’s planning often cause my eyes to tear
The jagged edge is lacy as it gently opens wide
And as it does,… you will be blessed …by the beauty found inside
The stamen stands so proudly in the center as on cue
And the colors vary greatly in the star shaped colored hue
Their splendor is a statement, yet in a simple way

They give a casual beauty to a lovely new spring dayI clip each color gently as I picture my display

I gather quite a bounty and they form a big bouquet
more here.
Tulips from Modena



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38 Responses

  1. DeniseinVA says:

    Thank you for sharing these pretty tulips and also the lovely poem. Both photos are wonderful and your macro shot is super!

  2. Gorgeous! I love tulips.

  3. The lovely poem and excellent photo!
    nice day to you.

  4. eileeninmd says:

    Gorgeous tulips and images! Have a happy day!

  5. Alka Gurha says:

    Awesome clicks and a good weave Indrani.

  6. Jannibele says:

    Such colourful and vivid tulips! You bring the feeling of spring with these beauties!!

  7. My favorites.. Thank you Indrani for these..:)

  8. George says:

    The poem is beautiful, as are your photos.

  9. These are pretty photos of tulips! I love the colour of the tulip in the second picture so much!!!

  10. Carver says:

    The tulips are gorgeous.

  11. Aarti says:

    These are beyond beautiful… :))

    thanks for sharing!

  12. TTS says:

    pretty good photo essay!

  13. Jeevan says:

    Gorgeous capture on the tulips! Beautiful poem too

  14. Anita says:

    Indrani, I remember the song from the Silsila movie- 'Dekha Ek Khwaab To..Door Tak Nigaah Mein The Gul Khile Huye' whenever I see Tulips! 🙂

  15. The tulips are so beautiful and the poem expresses it much more vividly.

  16. Hilary says:

    Beautiful. I can almost feel the velvety softness in that closeup.

  17. Looks like a calender..beautiful !

  18. a Rat says:

    beautiful n colorful picture Indrani.. wallpaper perfect 🙂

  19. I love Tulips and when someone speaks of Tulips the picture that immediately comes to mind is that of Amitabh and Rekha running in between rows and rows of tulips and singing 'Dekha ek khwab' 🙂

  20. Looking forward to the macros of the other flowers…this one was out of the world!

  21. a beautiful click for wallpaper. nice colors in captures.

  22. Najm Nisa says:

    They are such a beauty ! Want to keep staring at them!

  23. Seeta says:

    Gorgeous…wish someone would have taught me the subject on pollination in the way you described the flower…. sigh….

  24. Namrota says:

    "Dekha ek khawb toh yeh silsile hue…" eyi gaanta mone pore geylo 🙂

  25. jkalwaye says:

    So pleasing this click as me gotta watching this magical tulips.But more and more nice if you take away
    the water mark or overwriting that fixed as a part of identity .jk

  26. Once they were Daffodils, today they are Tulips, The source of inspiration. 🙂

  27. Beautiful-strong and delicate at the same time.

  28. Such cheerful flowers, I wish I could get mine to stand up tall like yours, whenever I buy them, they flop chaotically!
    Wren x

  29. Generally we associate Tulips with Amsterdam and Netherlands. But I see these are from Modena, Italy, Whatever the place, they really look lovely and so soothing. I would love to view acres and acres of these flowers stretching out to the horizon,

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