Last week I headed into Vancouver to photograph some of the spring flowers at Queen Elizabeth Park. The flowering Cherry Trees were out in full force, but they are so popular each of them had a crowd of tourists, locals, and photographers around them. I chose instead to concentrate on some of the other flowers in the park.
Sometimes direct sunlight can be a tough condition to photograph wider landscape scenes. These tulip flowers, however, were nicely lit in the bright sunshine. I like how the cup like flowers appear to be lit from the inside when the sun shines on them from this angle.
2 thoughts on “Spring Tulips at Queen Elizabeth Park”
I wanted to shoot tulips in Amsterdam but the spring has been so cold here in Europe that there were no tulips. 🙁
They are probably just delayed? Won’t there be a lot of tulips in Helsinki to photograph soon?