Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
I don't remember ever having seen this many tulips! Wow!
Already we know the site of Ottawa where more tulips there.Tomás.
What a blaze of colour, William !
I can imagine the sea of colours as you stroll around Dow's lake.
Who could not love something called, Pretty Princess? Lovely photos. It is as if we are strolling along with you, William.JanisGDP
A million tulips never looked so good William :)
I think I like the various reds the most (except for the yellows)...but the reds are so bright and colorful that they bring life to the whole area.
@Linda: there are a lot.@Tomas: yes.@Karl: indeed!@Nancy: it is a wonderful place to wander.@Janis: it is a good name.@Grace: definitely!@Lowell: I find it hard to choose a favourite colour.
I think my comment dis appeared weird ???
I said gorgeous wonder where it went? ? !
I like that you got the sign "Pretty Princess" in your first photo. I'll bet there's a story behind that one.
I love those tulips with the white edges in your second photo.
Every time I see a tulip, I will think of Ottawa :) Excellent photos William.
The numbers are amazing!
William there some many tulips and they are so beautiful.
@Beth: sometimes comments just vanish. I did have a look at my spam comments in case it showed up there, but no trace.@Red: it's a beautiful flower.@Sharon: so did I. And it was a windy day!@Bill: thank you!@RedPat: very much so.@Andy: that they are.
I like that they name them! I've been when they were planting them all. what a job. And then to remove them later!
It's a lot of work.
Wonderful to see all these tulips. You took great photos.
Quite a variety of color there
Tulips, tulips, everywhere!
No shortage of them.