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Each year I tend to feature Central Park in the Glebe in transition, from winter into spring. Usually I would have posted this in late April or early May, but coronavirus pretty much threw my posting schedule and internet access up into the air. I did decide that this would probably do well for the theme day. The park is a ribbon of low lying land stretching across the north end of the neighbourhood here; Bank Street runs across it.
Here are how the views looked one day in late December, first to the east and then to the west.
In mid-January, this is how it looked.
Here we have views from the middle of February.
In early March, this was how things were. As you'll see in the west view, this area is popular for dog walkers. Signs of a spring thaw were just starting to show, though it was in fact a colder spring.
And here it was in early April. The snow was going, though this year we had periodic snowfalls that month.
This shot shows something of the current status quo in the west end of the park. An infrastructure project is underway here, part of which is to improve the drainage in this section of the park, so there's a good deal of mud, and this area is presently closed off to the public.