Waiting for the Pickers

Skagit Valley Tulip FieldsMount Vernon, WAWe were there early on a cold, wet morning so we didn't find the usual hordes of other camera toting, muddy shoed people. The fields are rotated each year and it seemed that those fields in use this year didn't have the same scenic elements as last year. There also seemed to be fewer fields this year, perhaps because of the market economy. I'll be posting some others from this trip in the next few days.Skagit Valley Tulip Fields
Mount Vernon, WA

We were there early on a cold, wet morning so we didn’t find the usual hordes of other camera toting, muddy shoed people. The fields are rotated each year and it seemed that those fields in use this year didn’t have the same scenic elements as last year. There also seemed to be fewer fields this year, perhaps because of the market economy. I’ll be posting some others from this trip in the next few days.

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