Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Splashes Of Colours

I seemed to leave the crowd behind during this visit on Victoria Day, as this part of the park was a bit quieter than the north section. This area runs along the length of a low wall, with the street beyond it curving away from the park.


Beyond that point, the flowerbeds continue.

33 comments:

  1. Beautiful, I can´t even decide for a favorite!

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  2. "Splashes" of color? I'd say it's more like a tidal wave! Gorgeous!

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  3. What "empty" will be after the tulips wander ...
    Enjoy as much as you can of their beauty!

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  4. It's nice to continue the tour.

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  5. ...Ottawa's wonderful color explosion continues!

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  6. Hello, beautiful splashes of color. I love the tulips! Wishing you a happy day!

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  7. @Iris: nor can I.

    @Kay: that it is.

    @Ella: I intend to.

    @Francisco: thanks!

    @Anvilcloud: it is.

    @Tom: definitely.

    @Mike: that they are.

    @Eileen: thank you!

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  8. Yes, another wonderful day of tulips makes me smile. Thank you again. :-)

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  9. More gorgeousness William.. the pink would have been good for the theme 😉

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  10. I liked seeing a tree trunk (maybe crepe myrtle?) in the midst of the tulip bed. What a house to overlook that park!

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  11. Acres and acres of tulips! what a pleasant place to visit!

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  12. If I am there, I would be going there for my daily walk to enjoy all the gorgeous colours.

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  13. I like all the colors mixed together. So pretty.

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  14. @DJan: you're welcome.

    @Grace: tulips do figure into my theme day post!

    @Barbara: I like that too.

    @Maywyn: thank you!

    @Red: it definitely is.

    @Nancy: I've walked this park many times.

    @Happyone: so do I.

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  15. Our tulip fields bloom next week!

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  16. Private audience just for you, William!

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  17. They are so beautiful. How lucky you are to get to see all these colors in person :-)

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  18. a like minded photographer ... in her own habitat ... can you hear the commentary now?? gorgeous blooms. ( ;

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  19. The flowers look like they were at their prime that day!

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  20. What a wonderful splash they create! Tweeted.

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  21. Who would have thought cold and snowy Canada would have such a beautiful Springtime??

    ;-)

    Kidding...I grew up not far from there in Michigan.in many ways, I think the colder climates have more beauty in their seasons.

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  22. @Lady Fi: quite true!

    @Marie: take lots of shots.

    @Cloudia: thank you.

    @Tamago: I know!

    @Beth: thanks!

    @Marleen: I thought so too.

    @RedPat: a lot of them were.

    @Mari: thank you.

    @Sandi: I agree.

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  23. Colorful, delicate and beautiful tulips.
    Greetings
    Maria
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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  24. Locals must feel especially inspired by such wonderful colors.

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  25. Such an array of beautiful colour, a glorious sight to see :)

    All the best Jan

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  26. How good of you to photograph them for us!

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  27. I'm wild about those fluffy shaggy tulips!

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