In the Glebe, there were several of these large tulip sculptures, newly painted for this year.
Near the Bank Street Bridge, there is a pond that's connected to the nearby Rideau Canal. There are a couple of flowerbeds alongside it. These were the tulips present this year.
Walking further west along the pathways, this bench at a house caught my eye. Beyond that, the tulips in late afternoon sunlight did the same thing.
Those painted sculptures are wonderful! They're all beautifully done.ReplyDelete
Love those wooden tulips. What a neat idea!ReplyDelete
I love the tulip sculptures, William! And your #7 photo needs a frame!ReplyDelete
The sculptures are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Those tulip sculptures are so creative, so beautiful. Love the first play of colours especially.ReplyDelete
I think you have more tulips in Ottawa than in the entire Netherlands!ReplyDelete
Beautiful tulip sculptures. Lovely bench and beautiful red tulips. Have a happy day!ReplyDelete
...those are some mighty interesting tulips.ReplyDelete
I LOVE the tulip sculptures. They remind me of Mexican alebrijes!ReplyDelete
@Kay: they are!ReplyDelete
@Halcyon: it is.
@Linda: thank you.
@Marleen: they are.
@Gemma: I just wonder where they get stashed the rest of the year.
@Marianne: we have a lot.
@Nancy: thank you.
@Janis: I can see that.
Those tulip sculptures are wonderfully done. Thank you for always sharing interesting things.ReplyDelete
I like the artistic works very much, but the real tulips are still more appealing...ReplyDelete
The tulip sculptures are fabulous William, especially like the first! Also your images 6 and 7 are beautifully composed!ReplyDelete
I've seen this artistic project before only it was polar bears in Winnipeg. These are eye catching.ReplyDelete
Such glorious colors and I love those sculptures - they are very creative and fun!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, I love those sculptures!ReplyDelete
neat-O!! now that is something cool to see ... very creative. ( ;ReplyDelete
Love that first bed with the mixture of colors!ReplyDelete
@Carolann: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@Karl: I think so too.
@Grace: thank you!
@Red: that'd be different.
@Lowell: they are indeed.
@Sharon: I do too.
@Beth: it is!
@Janey: me too.
Cool sculptures. I love the composition of photo #7.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love those tulip sculptures!ReplyDelete
The sculptures are a perfect compliment to the tulip beds.ReplyDelete
Ottawa looks so lovely this time of yearReplyDelete
Wow such fun tulip sculptures! First one in particular is very eye catching! Love those gorgeous photos of tulips. The view with water is really stunning!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful idea with the sculptures. Great art.ReplyDelete
I wonder if the sculptors could do a Venus Flytrap (just kidding)....ReplyDelete
I love the tulip sculptures, and the bench and can't get enough of those gorgeous tulips of yours.ReplyDelete
The tulip sculptures are so wonderful, I love a lot of them.ReplyDelete
They say to plant them in groups of colour, but I like the mix!!!ReplyDelete
Just love the tulip sculptures.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Lois: so do I.
@Mari: they are.
@Cloudia: it is.
@Klara: I agree.ReplyDelete
@Norma: that'd be neat!
@Orvokki: I love them too.
@Jennifer: I do too.
@Jan: thank you.