Pink Tulip Macro - Canvas and Paper Prints

Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival - Woodburn, Oregon 2022


Behold the mesmerizing beauty of nature captured in this stunning photo of a pink tulip in full bloom! This macro close-up shot at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn, Oregon showcases the intricate details of the delicate petals and the vibrant green foliage that serves as a stunning backdrop.

The image captures the essence of springtime and evokes feelings of joy and renewal. The vivid colors and sharp focus make this photo a true work of art, perfect for adding a touch of natural elegance to any space. Let this breathtaking image transport you to a place of tranquility and appreciation for the simple yet awe-inspiring wonders of the natural world.

Available in Canvas 1.5" Wrap and Paper Prints

14" X 8"      21" X 12"      28" X 16"



All our quality canvas wraps are built on a 1.5" frame, and are pre-laminated which gives it a shiny appearance. It's rated to last 35+ years without fading. Prints up to size 11 X 14 come ready to hang with sawtooth hangers, and larger prints come with a hanging wire. Choose from three side options:  mirrored, solid black, or solid white. Canvas wraps are shipped in a box.  


We offer our art prints in four paper variations: Luster, Gloss, Metallic, or Fine Art Cotton. If you choose the Fine Art Cotton paper option, it's printed on paper with a 100+ year archival rating. The other paper options are standard photo paper, rated at 15 years. Each print comes with a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting options. All paper prints are sent to you in a shipping tube.


Please allow up to 3 days in production before shipping. We ship with USPS, but may ship UPS Ground. The size and style of your print determines whether it is shipped in a tube, box, or sturdy flat envelope.

We offer a $5 credit on standard shipping fees on when you apply discount code SHIP5 at checkout.

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Photographer ~ Lisa Dailey