Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Streams Of Colour And The Paparazzi In The Park

Here are more shots from the tulip beds in Major's Hill Park, which are popular for photographers, as you can see.

31 comments:

  1. All are wonderful and beautiful photos!.

    Tomás.

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  2. How I wish I am one of the photographers. Have a great day!

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  3. Simply stunning show of tulips

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  4. You must have a record number of tulips in Ottawa this Summer!

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  5. Must be a lot of fun walking and admiring the tulips. A great thing for an afternoon stroll. Where are the French impressionists when you need them?


    Janis
    GDP

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  6. A photographer's dream! Gorgeous shots William..

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  7. a sea of colors! so awesomeness... love it! ( ;

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  8. @Tomas: thanks!

    @Nancy: it is enjoyable.

    @Mo: they were beautiful this year.

    @Stefan: there were a lot.

    @Janis: Monet would have loved them.

    @Grace: thanks!

    @Beth: I do too.

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  9. I am enjoying all your tulip photos. I am fascinated with the background of some of your snapshots; those buildings, esp the glass one, are interesting. What is that building, anyway?

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  10. You can't blame the paparazzi for wanted to catch those beautiful tulips!

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  11. How pretty! I would be wanting to capture the colors myself!

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  12. Wow, these photos are wonderful and your title "Streams of Color" fit it perfectly.

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  13. You connect two important things like tulips and viewers. You also show that it was a windy day as the flag is strait out.

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  14. Lovely series, William, and I really like the colours, clouds and details in your photos. :)

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  15. @Kate: that is the National Gallery of Canada.

    @Halcyon: they're an irresistible photo subject.

    @Terri: they're such a delight to photograph.

    @Karl: it certainly is.

    @Sharon: it felt appropriate as titles go.

    @Red: we did have some windy days during the festival, which give tulips a different feel.

    @Linda: thank you!

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  16. the red and white remind me of peppermint candies :)

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  17. I can imagine that's a popular area for photographers in this time of year, just like the tulip fields overhere in the Netherlands are popular in spring.

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  18. The people enjoying are blooms to enjoy! I liked the .incidental' people in that shot, and the Maple Leaf flag of course!

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  19. I would be out there for hours. They are gorgeous!

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  20. A photographers heaven. I could spent hours there lost among those beautiful tulips.

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  21. Good job, William. I really like that photo with the spires in the background!

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  22. These ones are really at their peak!

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  23. @Tanya: I can see that.

    @Jan: it really brings out people, particularly on the weekends. I try to photograph when possible at quieter times, though that's not always doable.

    @Cloudia: thanks!

    @Denise: they are, yes.

    @Bill: they're irresistible for the photographer.

    @Lowell: Notre Dame is a favourite photo subject.

    @RedPat: they were, yes.

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  24. Such a wonderful display of colour would certainly entice me to take many photos. Love the scene in the first photo especially.

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  25. What a fantastic display. Those orange ones are breath taking.

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  26. A wonderful photographers outing with stunning colors and thankfully the weather cooperated as well for you to get these shots.

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  27. Lovely photos. I can understand why you love so much these tulips.

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  28. I never get enough of the tulips!

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  29. @Gemma: thanks!

    @Mari: they are, yes.

    @Beatrice: the weather was quite cooperative this year as far as tulips are concerned.

    @Orvokki: they're a pleasure to see each year.

    @Norma: me too!

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  30. I do like taking photos of photographers!

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