Picking up where we left off in yesterday's post, the path led past more tulip colours.
Commissioners Park comes to an end here, where Dow's Lake narrows back into the Canal as it goes downtown. The beds here before these houses are ideal for photo ops, with space between the beds for posing. Many people indulge in just that, particularly during the weekends. I look for the occasional shot I refer to as tulip paparazzi at such sites.
We started heading back to take in the tulip beds north of where we had parked. We stopped at these beds west of the main pathway, where the tulips tend to bloom early.
I mentioned in an earlier post about the red emperors. At the time of an earlier visit I'd made, they were at their prime, but a few days later, the red emperors in these beds were past that stage, many of them dropping their petals, as you see here.
The other tulips in these beds were still in fine shape. We'll pick up here tomorrow.