Earlier in the series I showed you tulips on Parliament Hill. At the time, the red ones were the only ones showing. When I took these, the Canada 150 tulips were out and about as well.
These I took on another day, late in the festival. There are a number of flowerbeds outside the Royal Canadian Mint up on Sussex Drive.
And this I took coming back from Gatineau for some tulip shots. There is a platform at the entrance to the Alexandra Bridge that gives a great view of Parliament Hill. The tulips in the planters are a bonus. Tomorrow we'll have a look at things in Gatineau.
Beautiful yellows in your second to last photo, William!ReplyDelete
Love the beautiful view in the last photo! Have a beautiful day!ReplyDelete
The tulips enliven already beautiful views.ReplyDelete
Tulips everywhere, beautiful views, William !ReplyDelete
Love the red and white tulips together.ReplyDelete
Que maravilha estas tulipas.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
...and the tulip keep going!ReplyDelete
Hello, just beautiful. I love the white and red mix. Lovely series. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
@Nancy: it is a great view.
@Kay: they do indeed.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Karl: they were in their glory!
@Marleen: I do too.
@Tom: I keep wondering if anyone is sick of them!
@Eileen: this festival is the best time to come to Ottawa.
I love the expression "Parliamentary tulips."ReplyDelete
they look so pretty in the long trail along the grass line!ReplyDelete
Your city out does itself every year with this gorgeous display.ReplyDelete
I can believe you find that many tulip beds! It makes for a beautiful city.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Love the yellow ones, too. I was wondering though, if parliamentary tulips get to vote on who blossoms first? :)ReplyDelete
I really like those Canada 150 tulips, William!ReplyDelete
i enjoy the view with the archway and the blooms or the steeples and the blooms. awesome the eyes. happy Tuesday! ( ;ReplyDelete
I too like the yellow ones.ReplyDelete
Last picture is my favourite. Very pretty capture.ReplyDelete
Excellent photos William. The last one is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
@Janis: it's quite appropriate.ReplyDelete
@Tanya: they do indeed.
@Sharon: it does!
@Red: it's a nice reward for a long winter.
@RedPat: so do I.
@Beth: thank you.
@Janey: they stand out well.
@Klara: I may keep that one in mind for the Best of the Year post.
I love those yellow ones!ReplyDelete
I shall miss these glorious, colorful shot.ReplyDelete
The yellow ones are still my favorites!ReplyDelete
Tulip borders are stunning, if only they lasted longer. So good to have these images to capture them forever!ReplyDelete
So nice to see the red and white tulips together ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
These photos are like a fairy tale.ReplyDelete
These plantings are so beautiful -- the masses of colors are gorgeous. Set off against the regal buildings they're even more striking.ReplyDelete
Wonderful vistas, the nice flowers are tall and good growers compared to what I have seen.ReplyDelete
@Lois: so do I.ReplyDelete
@Mari: I miss them already.
@Tammie: they are.
@Norma: they're good.
@Grace: their beauty is fleeting.
@Jan: it is!
@Kay: I agree!
@Julia: they're well planted.