Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
What a lovely park William. I really love the purple gates and trellis too. (I’m sorry to see you have a spammer commenting above. I hate those trolls.)
It's a beautiful garden William...
A beautiful spacious garden! Very nice trellis!
Belos jardins gostei de ver.Um abraço e boa semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
So bucolic. That roof looks like it could use some solar panels.JanisGDP
I would not want to have to weed those beds!
I sure like that garden.
Hello, what a lovely place for a walk. Beautiful garden and flowers. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!
Gardens this time of year are as beautiful as spring. Neat pictures
@Sallie: it's quite a place. Every once in awhile a spammer like that gets through, but I've removed all of her, his, or its comments.@Siddhartha: I certainly think so.@Nancy: I agree!@Francisco: thanks!@Janis: I think one of the barns does use some solar panels. It might well be that one, but on the other side, or perhaps angled in a way that they're not obvious from this perspective, on the less steep elements than the main roof.@Marie: it would be a lot of work.@Jan: I do as well.@Eileen: thank you!@Maywyn: thanks!
...gardens are a ever changing gift of nature.
Lovely gardens which received a lot of heat and sun this summer!
Surprising Harper never cut the Experimental far. The farm is a great example for farmers and provides research on many aspects of farming.
That garden appeals to me.
What a lovely place!
So many pretty things to photograph!
@Tom: and this one is beautifully taken care of.@RedPat: they had no shortage of sunlight.@Red: I'm sure he'd have loved to, with his dislike of science, research, and evidence, not to mention Ottawa as a whole.@Sharon: it appeals to me too.@Lady Fi: it certainly is.@Lois: I'm surprised I didn't feature it up until now.
Beautifully shown William. I can see that the museum and grounds are incredibly well looked after ✨
A place to BREATHE! Hope your leg feels better, dear!
A lovely garden for a walk!
The garden is gorgeous, I would love to walk around there. So many things to photograph. Nice photos, William!
that's a beautiful garden, but as someone mentioned - must be a lot of work. and they did a great job taking care of it.
@Grace: definitely.@Cloudia: it's the left arm that's the real problem, though I have noticed the bruise on the right leg seems darker now than it did this morning.@Marleen: it certainly is.@Bill: thank you!@Klara: I imagine they've got a whole crew. When I was here there were people working in a couple of the flowerbeds.
gorgeous blooms. so spring ...love how u always cheer us up with the right season, when we are in a fallish season. u take care of your leg ...sorry that happened. u keep us posted. <3
A garden park. Love itMB
Lovely gardens though it's no surprise with such a great museum.
So many features are recorded by you in what must be a relatively small area - it is terrific effort. Very summer like and rural and could just as well be miles away from a big city. Apart from rustic sheep shearing sheads -which I like - farms around here are generally much more haphazard without 'establishment-like' structures they don't echo European or any other styles although a few seek to look like the 'old country'.
What a lovely place !!
Love all the creative 'arbors' and delightful photos! Happy Day to you,A ShutterBug Explores
Sunflowers! I love sunflowers!
This is so pretty. I love gardens as we wind down the season yet still see some blooms.
I could use to lose myself in a garden right now.
Looks such a beautiful garden and flowers, many thanks for your photographs here William.All the best Jan
@Beth: my leg's managed to recover, along with the rest of me. Just a bit of bruising left.@MB: It's quite a place to wander.@Kay: it's all well seen to.@Julia: some farms here can be like that.@Gattina: it certainly is.@Carol: I do too.@Norma: so do I.@Jeanie: gardens look lovely, until the first frost.@Revrunner: this one's a good one for that.@Jan: you're welcome.