Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Returning To The Lake

All good things must come to an end, including my coverage of this year's Tulip Festival, and so to close out the series over five posts, I returned to Dow's Lake, where the biggest of the sites is to be found. These were taken two days after the festival ended on Victoria Day. I'll have more of this to come.


34 comments:

  1. A colorful ocean, sad it has to end.

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  2. Estes tapetes de flores são fantásticos.
    Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.

    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  3. Next year they will bloom again ! Change the weather please here it's cold and it rains !!

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  4. Love the beautiful tulips. Thanks for sharing these beautiful tulips with us.

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  5. ...this is the best area of them all.

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  6. While many of your pics do this, the third one captures the pattern very well.

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  7. The tulips really do form an amazing display.

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  8. Hello, the tulips and colors are beautiful. Wishing you a happy day!

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  9. Thanks for all the colorful flowers you've shared here! It's been my joy to look at them!

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  10. So beautifully designed, I would love to see a drones view of them!

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  11. Very beautiful. I'll miss the tulips so I intend to enjoy every one today! :-)

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  12. @Iris: I could be featuring them all year if I did one photo a day.

    @Francisco: thank you.

    @Gattina: they'll be back.

    @Nancy: you're welcome.

    @Tom: it has the most!

    @Anvilcloud: thank you!

    @David: that they do.

    @Jan: it really is.

    @Eileen: thanks!

    @Barbara: you're welcome.

    @Laurie: so would I.

    @DJan: thank you!

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  13. Gorgeous colour combinations William, love the tulip festival 🌷

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  14. What a gorgeous sight! The glowing colours of Tulips are so welcome after a long cold and very white winter.

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  15. Thank you for all the lovely photos. You've made spring feel better, and more beautiful!

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  16. I like these shots as it shows the tulips at their peak.

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  17. I love how they edged that one patch with what looks like grape Hyacinth. It's a good combination.

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  18. @Grace: so do I.

    @Shammickite: that's true.

    @Maywyn: you're welcome.

    @Red: and they were at their peak.

    @Sharon: yes, I think so too.

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  19. It has been wonderful to see the festival this year. Beautiful!

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  20. Wow, endless tulips are pretty to see. It must be overwhelming to see them in person.

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  21. Breath-taking as usual. Tweeted.

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  22. These are spectacular beds, William!

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  23. @Lady Fi: definitely!

    @Marleen: thank you!

    @Bill: it can be.

    @Carol: thank you!

    @Mari: thanks!

    @RedPat: that they are.

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  24. The tulip fields here are finally in bloom.

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  25. Such gorgeous displays. They're very well done.

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  26. William - ok. I have officially run out of adjectives. Just know that I thoroughly enjoyed this series of posts - how can anyone gaze upon such beauty and not feel utterly and totally restored? Thank you for the gift!

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  27. so so pretty. Angie, is so right. love this series so so much. ( :

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  28. The displays are fantastic.
    Thank you for all the photographs … and thank you to all the gardeners who plant out all these amazing bulbs/flowers, and look after the displays so well.

    All the best Jan

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  29. The patterns are so interesting.

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