Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm Fields

It was a gorgeous day out sunny and nearly 70 degrees.  Chris and I went to the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn, Oregon and treated ourselves to a wonderful colorful delight.  Here are a few shots of the fields.  There will be more photos to come, I just wanted to get these posted.  ENJOY!

 

Photographer getting that perfect shot.
Photographer getting that perfect shot.
Some of the fields.
Some of the fields.
More of the fields.
More of the fields.

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Cee

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34 Comments

  1. Great photos. I was in the Portland area last April and I learned about the Tulip Festival too late to do anything about it. I’m happy you shared your photos to remind me of what I missed and look forward to seeing on my next visit.

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  2. This is incredible! I wish I could go there just once since I’m probably never going to get to Amsterdam at tulip time. Love the picture of the photographer lying on the ground. I usually just squat, but it’s always hard to get up!!

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  3. I like the way the tulip farm has one area planted with a mixture of colors and the rest with acres of the same color. As I’m sure you know they have plenty of other flower varieties of flowers, usually in large pots they place around their portable windmill. I would imagine the fields are just now drying out so I may plan another trip there at sunrise. I love the fact that Mt Hood sits in the background so if you set yourself in the right spot you get the fields loaded with color, the mountain & that windmill they move each year.

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  4. Beautiful. But. Do you know how much extra effort it would take for them to put those sweeps into more decorative designs? Hardly any. Funny how few commercial growing enterprises bother with the display side.

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  5. Beautiful tulips, here in the southern hemisphere we get our tulips around October. I was lucky enough to visit a tulip festival in north west Tasmania a couple of years ago and your pictures make me wish it was spring here so I could go again.

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