I returned to Major's Hill Park on the last Sunday of the Tulip Festival, a few days after my previous visit, to look in on the tulip beds here.
This view from the east end of one of them looks down the long row of them, with Colonel John By's statue at the far end and Parliament Hill beyond.
And here we get the view from the west end, with the Colonel looking quite distinguished.
Lilacs were coming into bloom at this time as well, and there are bushes lining the top of the bluff, overlooking the Ottawa River and Gatineau on its far shore.
Along this pathway, there are tulips in planters.
The beds at the north end of the park were at peak, with the National Gallery and Notre Dame as backdrops.