Just another attempt at the fields. Oh, so beautiful!
I think I could drive up every single weekend to see the changes. The apple trees, the cherry trees, the magnolias…oh, the magnolias. And of course, the tulips. Spring in the Northwest is spectacular!
We saw some people ducking down or sitting down in the fields. Jessica was very big on having just her head pop up so it looked like she was swimming in the fields!
I love when the colors of the fields come together. It’s almost overwhelming when two contrasting colors come together- especially the red & yellow ones.
You aren’t supposed to walk through the rows, and most of the time people don’t care, but occassionally… In this particular field people were doing all kinds of crazy jumps and wacky stuff. We were tame.
One of my favorite sights is the random colored tulip in the midst of a color block. I’ve always been an odd duck, maybe that’s why I love them!
Five girls took this trip. The littlest of them was way more interested in trying to pick a flower or two. She didn’t succeed, but not without trying!
There is nothing more breathtaking than when you clear a small hill and see the “POP” of color. The red is by far the most dramatic.
Up close and personal, they still don’t disappoint.
Red + mountains. Not too shabby.
Sorry, it’s so hard to stop taking and posting pictures.
Most of the daffodils are gone now, but a few remain in some of the shady gardens. This is a “blush” daffodil. It may look like a standard orange and white guy, but it’s actually a lovely shade of salmon-ey pink. Reminds me of “blush and bashful” from Steel Magnolias. Anyway, it’s a rare flower, and so beautiful!