Saturday, June 8, 2019

Landmarks Among Tulips

I left off in this part of Major's Hill Park, with its beautiful rivers of tulips.


I left the park and went to other destinations, the first of which I'll show tomorrow. Coming back I took additional shots from here.

31 comments:

  1. Amazing sights. So glad that there are several people there enjoying the spectacle.

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  2. Beautiful pics. I wonder what your "brave" Anonymous wants...

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  3. Nice perspectives...but my heart stayed in front of Notre Dame Basilica!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  4. These tulips are beautiful. I am glad I get to see the tulips here.

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  5. ...it's too bad that the tulips don't last all season!

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  6. Hello, the tulips are a gorgeous sight to see. Your photos are beautiful. Happy weekend!

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  7. These beds look to be at their peak, William.

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  8. This place is especially gorgeous.

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  9. Nice combination. It shows off the tulips as well as the buildings.

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  10. I loved your description, rivers of tulips. They are planted to look that way, indeed. And come to think of it, single tulips are pretty but not as impressive as these huge beds.

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  11. My goodness - what a beautiful floral garden. Great photos of the same.
    I came once to Ottawa, but could only relish the beauty of winter.
    I should come back when the blooms are out.
    Cheers!

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  12. Beautiful landmarks with the tulips gracing the land ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  13. Rivers of tulips is an excellent description. They seem to flow through the landscape. Tweeted.

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  14. @John: it's quite something to see in person.

    @Iris: the spammer wants attention, as opposed to what he gets, banishment to spam folder hell.

    @Ella: it's been awhile since I've shown the interior.

    @Nancy: I enjoy showing them.

    @Tom: we can only enjoy them while they last.

    @Eileen: thank you.

    @Jan: thanks!

    @RedPat: they were that day.

    @Sharon: that it is.

    @Red: thank you.

    @Barbara: I agree.

    @GC: it's a good time of year to visit.

    @Carol: thank you!

    @Mari: thanks.

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  15. Always enjoy your spring tulip posts William, and your comments on my blog.

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  16. The tulips look beautiful highlighting the buildings, #4 is my favorite.

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  17. Love the first two photos especially.

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  18. Just wonderful, once again. I will not tire of tulips, ever! :-)

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  19. I think both the tulips and buildings are lovely.
    Great selection of photographs again William, thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  20. Such beautiful and colorful rivers of tulips! Buildings in the background are beautiful, too.

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  21. love the seas of pink and red. so pretty!! happy weekend. ( ;

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  22. More beautiful shots. Wow!

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  23. Gorgeous gorgeous and even more gorgeous William 🌷

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  24. I wonder how many tulip beds are in the Ottawa area?

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  25. They are such a bright part of spring.

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  26. I really don't think I could pick a favorite! I wonderful how many millions of tulips (or at least hundreds of thousands) have bloomed this spring in Ottawa?

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  27. i enjoy the flowers and city views. ( ;
    gorgeous.

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  28. @FG: thank you!

    @Bill: thanks!

    @Marie: so do I.

    @DJan: me either.

    @Maywyn: and lots.

    @Jan: you're welcome.

    @Tamago: they are.

    @Beth: thanks!

    @Kay: thank you.

    @Grace: indeed!

    @Red: a lot of them.

    @Jennifer: they are.

    @Jeanie: a million, definitely.

    @Beth: so do I.

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