Sunday, June 21, 2020

Viewpoints

Here are some more views from the tulip beds behind the John By statue in Major's Hill Park.


At the east end of the row, the Colonel's statue looks out towards Parliament Hill. Below in the gap between here and there lies the Rideau Canal's entrance into the Ottawa River.

20 comments:

  1. ...and gorgeous viewpoints!!!

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  2. Never tire of looking at tulips.

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  3. Wow, gorgeous views of the tulips! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy new week!

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  4. It is such a quick season. Thank you for capturing the moment!

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  5. these tulips seem to be at their peak. Great color.

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  6. Lovely capture. It's so hard to figure out hills when looking at photos.

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  7. These are spectacular, William.

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  8. Beautiful shots! Were these pictures taken a few weeks ago? I go to Beechwood with my dogs to see the tulips there.

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  9. Great captures, William. They look magnificent.

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  10. Oh, what grand, proud beauties. Tweeted.

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  11. The world certainly looks beautiful with flowers in bloom as long as we get outdoors to enjoy the world around. Thanks for showing the beauty that exists in nature, William.

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  12. Love that mixture of colours.

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  13. @Tom: indeed.

    @Iris: definitely.

    @Pat: me neither.

    @Eileen: thanks!

    @Jennifer: you're welcome.

    @Agnieszka: thank you.

    @Red: they were pretty well developed.

    @Barbara: Parliament Hill is much more obvious as a hill if you're standing at the fenceline in this place.

    @RedPat: thanks!

    @Helen: yes, in May.

    @DJan: thank you!

    @Bill: they did, yes.

    @Marie: thanks!

    @Mari: thank you.

    @Beatrice: you're welcome.

    @Fun60: I do as well.

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  14. Beautiful photos. Orange gives any garden a spiritual lift.

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  15. Gorgeous pictures William, hope you are keeping well. xox
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