More from the pathway in Commissioners Park. I took this view some days earlier on my previous visit, and you might remember it from the earlier post. The tulips were coming along nicely in the beds around it, which are the last beds at this end of the park.
The park ends at Bronson Avenue, and there is a large bed of tulips just east of Bronson, between the Rideau Canal and the Glebe. I photographed it from both sides.
Then I started back into the park, pausing to photograph the first bed of tulips just as one photographer was doing the same with the people she was with.
I'm finishing today's post with the last of the panels here in the park. Malak Karsh, the esteemed landscape photographer (and brother of Yousuf Karsh, the esteemed portrait photographer) is the figure most responsible for the Tulip Festival, recommending the idea in the years following the Second World War. Down the line we'll see another note or two of Malak, certainly after I'm done with the series, and perhaps if I get a chance to go over to the Museum of History on the weekend to photograph the bed of tulips named after him.