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Lessons from a tulip field
One year, after months of Seattle rain, a single sunny day emerged mid-spring. So, like many other Washingtonians do, I headed out to the beautiful Skagit Valley to enjoy a day of photographing and wandering through its fields of tulip and daffodil blooms; a delightful annual pilgrimage!
The fields transform into acres of brilliant color for a few short weeks in April, which gladdens many hearts and signals the end of winter. Around that time, local newspaper front pages trumpet, “Peak Weekend!” with great urgency.