Downtown at Major's Hill Park, there are more tulip beds. This one gets a neat backdrop from the glass tower at the National Gallery.
Nearby, this bed of tulips gives us a view back to the first bed, at the right of the picture. At the top left you can see the edifices of Parliament Hill amid the trees.
I particularly like that blood red type of tulip.
A view of this bed from another angle also gives us much of the expanse of the National Gallery.
Yet another angle of the same bed shows Notre Dame Basilica in the background.
I leave off again with the next in the series of panels at Dow's Lake.