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Flower Mandalas: Tulip ‘Peach Blossom’ II, B&W and Color

Tulip Peach Blossom II, B&W, Copyright 2011 David J. Bookbinder

Tulip Peach Blossom II, Copyright 2011 David J. Bookbinder

A complex tulip from a garden around the corner. Converted to black-and-white as well as the original color image.
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David J. Bookbinder, LMHC


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