TULIPS - 2008

this page is dedicated to my husband
SAM FINKELSTEIN and the APDA
American Parkinsons Disease Association's
Annual Walk-A-thon
where 100% of all moneys raised goes to Research

APRIL 5th is Southeast Florida's Walk-a-Thon
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See 2008 Walk-A-Thon


For an explanation and discussion, see PICTURE TO PONDER Volume 4- Issue 9

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tulips2008 velvety appearance
Velvet Tulip

Welcome to this APDA Tulips 2008 page. Tulips are the symbol of hope. A red and white tulip was named after James Parkinson, who did a treatise on "Shaking Palsy" 200 years ago.

The tulips on this page reflect a pot of budding tulips photographed from the day of purchase through their completion - a total of five days. Two of the pictures were featured in Picture to Ponder,
Volume 4 - Issue 9, promoting the APDA 2008 Annual Walk-a-Thon.

Enjoy the flowers.


Note - Several tulips on this page are available for sale on clocks, magnets, tiles and keepsake boxes. See GIFT SHOP TULIPS


tulips 2008 - 1a
#1

tulips 2008 number 1b
#2


tulips 2008 - 3
#3



tulips 2008 - 4
#4

tulips opening
#5

tulips - reflected light
#6
(Click the #6 for this tulip in the Gift Shop)

tulips 2008 - abstract pattern
#7
(Click the #7 for these abstract-looking tulips in the Gift Shop)


#8

tulips 2008 #3
#9

tulips #4
#10

tulips 2008 3c
#11

tulips 5
#12

tulips - last one
#13


For Links for more Information on Parkinson's Disease, APDA Parkinson's Support and making donations, see PICTURE TO PONDER - Vol4 - Issue 9

See
also
Tulips 2006
Tulips 2007



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