Keukenhof Photos, by Anita

Anita often leaves the documentary photography to me. But she knew that last weekend’s trip to Keukenhof would be something special. Keukenhof is a garden in the bulb-producing region of Holland, and it is open each year only for springtime flower displays. So Anita packed her fancy new camera — “James” — and an extra battery.
When we returned to the Bugle Abode, Anita volunteered to select the photos for Flickr. I was delighted to have her help.
This afternoon, I discovered her ulterior motive: she wants you, dear readers, to see her own photos first!
I guess that’s okay with me. In her lovely collection, you’ll find more than just tulips and hyacinths. There were orchids, for example.
Flowering trees made the perfect backdrop.
And some silliness too.

7 Comments to “Keukenhof Photos, by Anita”

  1. Laurie said...
    28 April 2010

    these are spectacular photos Anita! James is a keeper… :)

  2. Jaime said...
    28 April 2010

    I am eager to meet and greet your new little electronic friends. I am charmed, as always, by their human names!

  3. keely said...
    28 April 2010

    These are the most stunning photos I’ve seen. Gorgeous. I love hyacinths and daffodils and tulips and irises. You have visited heaven and I thank you for sharing with me.

  4. The Expatresse said...
    29 April 2010

    What a coincidence! We’re going this weekend.

  5. Theodora said...
    17 May 2010

    Anita – the picture of you in the shoe is fantastic!!!!!

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