I left off yesterday with another view from here. The artist in that last shot was working at a new painting.
I continued on with my walk, taking more shots of the south end of the park. I will be back to Commissioners Park when I wrap up the series (and some tulips from here will feature in the theme day post), but I have other flowerbeds to come in the days ahead.
This is THE colourful life!ReplyDelete
So many different sorts of tulips too...ReplyDelete
An artist must be spoilt for choice here; so many beautiful angles.ReplyDelete
A new day ... a new explosion of colors ...!ReplyDelete
They are gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Uma maravilha meu amigo.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
...Ottawa dazzles this time of year!ReplyDelete
A paradise for the artists :)ReplyDelete
I agree with Sami, so many wonderful painting opportunities here ✨ReplyDelete
Hello, I am enjoy your tulips photos. Very pretty. Wishing you a happy day!ReplyDelete
A place for Photographers for sure. The flowers are beautiful.ReplyDelete
@Italiafinlandia: quite a variety.
@John: that's true.
@Ella: more colour to come.
@Nancy: that they are.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Tom: it does indeed.
@Sami: very much so.
@Grace: and beyond my skills!
@Eileen: thank you!
More beautiful pictures of tulips. I never get tired of them. Thank you again. :-)ReplyDelete
Love the photo with the artist painting and always beautiful tulips ~ ^_^ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Good that there are many people there to enjoy the tulips.ReplyDelete
Almost as many people as tulips! Well, not quite, but over the time they are blooming, perhaps! They seem to all be focused upon flowers! Glad you captured the artist, one using a much slower method to capture the beauty than the photographers. But he gets to add his own interpretation by merging things together that don't sit by each other in reality!ReplyDelete
This is my favourite series you’ve done.ReplyDelete
Thank You William! I'm heading back home to Honolulu this weekend. . . . never more to roam!ReplyDelete
@DJan: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@Carol: thank you!
@Red: many people come out.
@Barbara: that's true!
@Marie: I've enjoyed showing it.
@Cloudia: have a safe journey.
We take it for granted after awhile, but all of the beds and colours are pretty special. It's amazing how many tulips there are.ReplyDelete
Such pretty colors. Painting is a nice way to spend a day enjoying the flowers :-)ReplyDelete
The combination of colours is wonderful.ReplyDelete
What a delightful treat for the eyes. Tweeted.ReplyDelete
I like those double yellow tulips!ReplyDelete
Whether you are a painter, a photographer … or a tourist there is so much beauty and colour to see and appreciate.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Anvilcloud: there is no shortage of tulips.ReplyDelete
@Tamago: that it is.
@Marleen: I think so!
@Mari: thank you.
@A Casa Maderia: thanks.
@RedPat: I do too.
@Jan: that's true.
Oh what lovely colors!!! My best friend is moving to Canada in a couple of months! I'm gonna miss him but I'm sure he'll enjoy it there with beautiful flowers like that!ReplyDelete
It seems to be a never ending flow. Are you sure it isn't a big circle of flowers ...? ;-)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous displays and I enjoyed seeing the artist also. I always like to peek at their work without being too intrusive. Great shots William.ReplyDelete
The most fun of the whole post is being told there simply is a giant band of tulips around the park. That is fun knowledge.ReplyDelete
William - I would never tire of walking through these gardens, year after year. Abundant varieties of tulips - a delight to the eye! You have taken lovely pictures to share with all of us.ReplyDelete
Love those double ruffled ones.ReplyDelete
Wow. So many tulips!ReplyDelete
Love the orange and yellow ones - so cheerful:)ReplyDelete
the blue or is that purple? either way ... way cool. ( ;ReplyDelete
What a wonderful venue for an artist! No shortage of subject matter!ReplyDelete
I need to find some tulips to take photos of!! Love them.ReplyDelete
Painters are romantic.ReplyDelete
@Stevenson: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Jan: depends on the bed.
@Denise: I saw a couple of artists here this year.
@Joanne: there are so many.
@Angie: I enjoy doing so.
@Kay: I do as well.
@Linda: lots of them.
@Rosie: I agree.
@Jenn: me too.
@Klara: I can see that.