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.
Beautiful, I can´t even decide for a favorite!ReplyDelete
"Splashes" of color? I'd say it's more like a tidal wave! Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
What "empty" will be after the tulips wander ...ReplyDelete
Enjoy as much as you can of their beauty!
Belos e coloridos salpicos.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
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It's nice to continue the tour.ReplyDelete
...Ottawa's wonderful color explosion continues!ReplyDelete
Those colours are amazing, William.ReplyDelete
Hello, beautiful splashes of color. I love the tulips! Wishing you a happy day!ReplyDelete
@Iris: nor can I.ReplyDelete
@Kay: that it is.
@Ella: I intend to.
@Anvilcloud: it is.
@Mike: that they are.
@Eileen: thank you!
Yes, another wonderful day of tulips makes me smile. Thank you again. :-)ReplyDelete
More gorgeousness William.. the pink would have been good for the theme 😉ReplyDelete
I liked seeing a tree trunk (maybe crepe myrtle?) in the midst of the tulip bed. What a house to overlook that park!ReplyDelete
Acres and acres of tulips! what a pleasant place to visit!ReplyDelete
If I am there, I would be going there for my daily walk to enjoy all the gorgeous colours.ReplyDelete
I like all the colors mixed together. So pretty.ReplyDelete
@DJan: you're welcome.ReplyDelete
@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.
So very gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Our tulip fields bloom next week!ReplyDelete
Private audience just for you, William!ReplyDelete
They are so beautiful. How lucky you are to get to see all these colors in person :-)ReplyDelete
a like minded photographer ... in her own habitat ... can you hear the commentary now?? gorgeous blooms. ( ;ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots William.ReplyDelete
The flowers look like they were at their prime that day!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful splash they create! Tweeted.ReplyDelete
Who would have thought cold and snowy Canada would have such a beautiful Springtime??ReplyDelete
Kidding...I grew up not far from there in Michigan.in many ways, I think the colder climates have more beauty in their seasons.
@Lady Fi: quite true!ReplyDelete
@Marie: take lots of shots.
@Cloudia: thank you.
@Tamago: I know!
@Marleen: I thought so too.
@RedPat: a lot of them were.
@Mari: thank you.
@Sandi: I agree.
Colorful, delicate and beautiful tulips.ReplyDelete
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Locals must feel especially inspired by such wonderful colors.ReplyDelete
Such an array of beautiful colour, a glorious sight to see :)ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
How good of you to photograph them for us!ReplyDelete
I'm wild about those fluffy shaggy tulips!ReplyDelete
@Maria: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Jan: that it is.
@Jennifer: no problem.
@Jeanie: me too.