Thursday, June 18, 2020

Displays

Here's another perspective of the same bed of tulips I left off with yesterday, with tulips at left coming into bloom while others at right needed a few more days to show.


The bed across the path was of a similar state: some starting to show, others not yet, but also planted with companion flowers, such as below.


A short distance away in Little Italy, I photographed these a few minutes later. Tomorrow we'll check out other areas

18 comments:

  1. ...it's wonderful to see Ottawa springing to life.

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  2. Nice to see such a great display of flowers which are long-gone here.

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  3. It's pretty clever the way they plant the tulips to open at different times to make the festival last longer, lovely compositions here William 🌷

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  4. Those last two pictures are pretty. :-)

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  5. A lot of dry earth between the beauties!

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  6. The last ones look like stars!

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  7. @fun60: indeed.

    @Francisco: thank you.

    @Tom: it is.

    @John: they've been replaced by summer long plants now.

    @Agnieszka: thanks.

    @Grace: I agree.

    @Jennifer: me too.

    @DJan: thanks.

    @Iris: it depends on the bed.

    @RedPat: indeed.

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  8. Lovely floral photos ~ always uplifting for the spirit ~ ^_^

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  9. Grape hyacinths are so pretty (and I think they smell sweet also) but they are a hard flower to photograph...being so tiny. Those reds and yellows however...just pop!

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  10. I do like the star shaped tulips.

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  11. William - so impressive, knowing that someone planted all of them! The white ones are my favorites from this group. Enjoy your weekend!

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