More garden and flower shots today. This can be found in the northeast edge of the Glebe.
While this garden is downtown. The property owners have this unusual railing as part of their garden.
Down at Dow's Lake, the plantings in Commissioners Park are very different from the Tulip Festival.
There were even mushrooms growing near those flowerbeds when I took these shots.
In Little Italy, these snowball bushes looked in good shape.
These flowers were outside St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church downtown.
While these sunflowers were across the street from Southminster United Church, in the gardens outside the Sunnyside Library.
Delightful shots, WilliamReplyDelete
Beautiful and so bright!ReplyDelete
Lovely flowers, yet there is a remainder of the summer.ReplyDelete
We already have an autumn sensation.
The first picture is beautiful, but my favorite is the sunflower.
The most beautiful part of summer!ReplyDelete
It seems that Ottawa is an entire garden.ReplyDelete
Great shots - there's something serene about gardens and flowers. But not the fence, which looks like a crocodile's dentures.ReplyDelete
I like the last one, the Sunflower.ReplyDelete
A curious assortment, I always like sunflowers!ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Love the last photo.ReplyDelete
These look like summer plantings William, aren't you going into autumn?ReplyDelete
Sunflowers are my favorite summer flowers, but I like the rest as well.ReplyDelete
We're having some nice late summer days at the moment, but one can almost smell autumn isn't far away anymore.
Well, I'm impressed. You live in a very beautiful city - beautiful in all seasons!ReplyDelete
Lots of pretty flowers here. My favorite are the snowballs.ReplyDelete
@Orvokki: the garden at that library is always filled, but sunflowers are a big part of it- they're my favourite example of sunflowers in the city.
@Halcyon: end of summer means fall, which means winter's coming!
@Tomas: sometimes it does!
@Mike: it's the only fence like that around here I know of, and I've passed by it often enough that I wanted to photograph it.
@Marianne: thanks! So do I.
@VP: sunflowers are so cheerful.ReplyDelete
@Deb: thank you!
@Grace: these shots were all taken around mid-August. Now we're seeing the first fall colours.
@Jan: I photographed my first fall shot yesterday, and the evenings are blessedly cooler.
@Lowell: it certainly is!
@Sharon: thank you!
I like the mushrooms.At first, I said to myself, "what kind of flowers are these?" Fooled me.ReplyDelete
They're all beautiful...but the sunflower is my favorite!ReplyDelete
It really is a lovely time of year!ReplyDelete
The flowers are in great shape for this time of year. It's always pleasant to have great flowers at this time of year.ReplyDelete
I like those mushrooms!ReplyDelete
An interesting collection of colourful flowers. The snowballs look especially lovely.ReplyDelete
The mushrooms among the flowers are interesting but i really love the sunflower.ReplyDelete
@Birdman: it's the first time I've ever photographed mushrooms.ReplyDelete
@Tex: thank you!
@Norma: I like seeing them blooming... it means summer's almost done!
@RedPat: it definitely is.
@Red: it certainly is pleasant.
@Marleen: I have no idea which ones are edible!
@Gemma: thank you!
@Gerald: many do!
Looks like a really beautiful place William, I really like the sunflowers with the lampposts behind them, very cool...ReplyDelete
Who can resist sunflowers?! Wonderful summer shots (even if you're celebrating its end).ReplyDelete
A beautiful array of flowers and colors.ReplyDelete
Those snowballs are wonderful.ReplyDelete
So much to look at. The stones are quite appealing. The sunflowers are eye candy! Lovely!ReplyDelete
@Geoff: thank you!ReplyDelete
@Kay: I'm looking forward to winter!
@Mari: thank you!
@Janey: I do think so too.
Not sure why, but I especially love the bed with fungi! Ha. That's fun!ReplyDelete
I did too.Delete
oh your garden flowers are beautiful.ReplyDelete
I love gardens.ReplyDelete
These are beautifully done.Delete