This last Saturday the rains hit, a real deluge…windy and storms, a day to stay indoors!
Late afternoon arrives and there was a hit of blue peaking out of the gray.
It’s hard to predict if the dark skies will win the battle or if there will be a late-day clearing, but I decided to make the gamble and head out to the tulips field all abloom in La Conner.
The mud was slick and deep, the sun and clouds perfectly in harmony and the colors! The colors were to die for.
I spent a few hours here, until the sun set.
Andy Porter Guided Tulip Festival Photography Tours
Skagit Valley is located in NW Washington State and is home of some of the most stunning scenery anywhere. Spring brings amazing colors to the low lands, giant fields of tulips and daffodils create a patchwork of heaven. The Tulips have just gotten started this year, if you’d like to come for a visit and have a Tulip Photo Tour, we still have openings for Sunrise and Sunset tours this spring, have a look here.
14 thoughts on “Evening Photo Shoot at Skagit Tulip Fields”
Wow, even the mud looks amazing! Great photos ..
Yes, the mud was awesome!
Beautiful place and great shots!
Beautiful use of reflections.
Thank you! I love reflections and seeing colors in them.
Stunning, stunning shots.
nice rich colors
I love the tulip , because The Tulip mean love
Yes, they do! 🙂
attractive snaps 🙂 great background behind the boy
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