Tulips Again for Bokeh Party

2.15.2011

Tracy at Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures is having a bokeh photography party and I thought
I would join.








Yes, the yellow ones are faux. Sorry. Just playing with what I had here.
This last photo is the real ones that I took a couple of days ago.


This is really fun to do. Joining the party at Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures.


Enjoy your day and see you tonight,

KIM

20 comments:

  1. Really pretty tulips....I am tired of winter in our neck of South Jersey suburbs! am always asking my parents in Charleston SC do you have snow too? After today sunnier and warmer weather!I read all your terrific posts and thank you for sharing your creativity and style vision with us. I believe....know you are a style and trend setter with lasting appeal. Take care.

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  2. Gorgeous Kim!!~ I have so much playing with my camera these days...wish I had more time to really learn!!~

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  3. Love your camera someday I'm going to get a better one,

    Pattie

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  4. How funny. I think I recognize the french label in the background of your tulips. I have a tray with that label on it!!

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  5. I KNEW those yellow ones were fake, but hey, we need all the color we can get today! Thanks for sharing some on one of those after -the-snow-gray days!

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  6. Were your tulips potted? Mine were not and they just fell over after a couple of hours of being in a vase of water.

    DI

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  7. Those are beautiful shots! No need to apologize for faux flowers, they can look really pretty and brighten a room in winter.

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  8. I just love all the deep colors of your photos. Who cares whether the yellow ones are faux, they still put a spring my step, just to think about Spring.

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  9. Pretty bokeh equals gorgeous photos!!!
    Great job!!!

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  10. Great photos! A much better camera is on my wish list. I think I can create that look using PhotoShop, but haven't figured that one out yet.

    Good for you in taking better care of yourself. We are walkers, too, but it sure is easy to find an excuse not to do it. One day at a time is the best way to handle it.

    Love the copper molds. I had several of those when I first got married, but put them in garage sales because I didn't use them. Yes, kicking myself now. Who knew they would be so charming in the decorating scene?

    Whew, trying to catch up on my favorite bloggy sites. Have determined that blogging is not for sissies!
    CAS

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  11. Great photos Kim!
    This Bokeh thingy is real cool!

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  12. I am all about a faux flower or plant. Love them. You did great get bokeh! I was thinking your camera was a point and shoot. You sure can't tell. I had a heck of a time with my point and shoot getting any kind of bokeh.

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  13. Wow what an inspiring blog, Ive really enjoyed browsing your page & all your fabulous furniture makeovers. Thanks so much for sharing all your hard work, i will be stopping by regularly from now on :)
    Sarah

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  14. Hi Kim! Loving your bokehs!

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  15. Very pretty photos! They are so clear. Great photography!

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  16. Kim, sorry I just read your comment. My pictures are 75px. I just used what was standard on their. I like inlinkz very much. Very easy to use. Hope that helps. You can also choose how many columns you want. Hugs, Marty

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  17. Gorgeous! You've done lots of great bokeh shots.

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  18. Hi Kim...I joined the Bokeh party at Tracy's after I saw this post. What a great idea and really fun. Thanks for your post and the wonderful photos. Ann

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  19. Very nice photo Kim
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    Love
    Farah

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