Down at Dow's Lake, we can always count on the paparazzi to be busy taking pictures. Fortunately their subject are far more appealing than certain wastes of oxygen who would go to the opening of an envelope just to get their pictures in the papers.
One of my grandfathers worked in the tulip industry in the Netherlands before immigrating. On one of his trips back years later, he was surprised by the new types of bulbs- he expected that only a handful of the bulbs he'd known in his time were in use.
This is something new in Commissioner's Park. These unusual sculptures are set up in various spots. I'm still not sure what to make of them. They look like something Edward Scissorhands might have had a go at.
Another kind of art is present here in the park. These large tulip sculptures are painted in different ways, some with Dutch designs, others with a distinctly Canadian look. They might include animals, sports teams, or even the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
More tulips to come. I'm leaving you today with the second panel here in the park.