Thursday, April 30, 2009





We went up to Ball State yesterday to visit our daughter and of course while we were there we had to take a stroll into Christy Woods (an 18-acre property under the direction of the Department of Biology and is used as an outdoor teaching laboratory for Ball State students, as well as the community) to see all the flowers (especially the wild flowers). I also spotted the above flowers at the edge of the woods so I had to take a picture of them with the water droplets on them.
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Betsy from Tennessee said...

OH---I love the tulips, Neal.. They look like ones in our yard... Love seeing the rain drops on them.

You all have gotten quite a bit of rain lately, haven't you???? We have had NONE---and desperately need it. The pollen is terrible now... We need rain to blow all of the pollen away... Maybe we'll get some soon!!!!

How's your daughter doing???? Fine I hope..

Anonymous said...

They're very pretty & you do such a good job photographing them!

George said...

You did a great job of capturing these tulips. I especially like the raindrops on the blossoms.

Old Wom Tigley said...

These Tulips are nice to see Neal... and the droplets on the last one is a delightful capture.