Monday, May 31, 2021
Sunday, May 30, 2021
Continuing where I left off yesterday, the mix of tulips and tree blossoms in this flower bed on the Rideau Centre roof caught my eye.
Saturday, May 29, 2021
The Rideau Centre rooftop includes flower beds, grass, trees, bushes, and paths. During the Tulip Festival there are tulips aplenty in the flower beds. This first view includes a look towards Arts Court in the background.
More views from up here. The glass we see here and there are skylights looking into the mall below. The Rideau Centre includes access points into the convention centre; some of it is included with the second half of this post. The doors coming out of it onto this roof would have to be emergency exits.
More from here tomorrow.
Friday, May 28, 2021
Just north of the Flora Bridge where I finished yesterday is a pool of water linked to the Rideau Canal. Along one end it is a flowerbed filled with tulips.
Continuing on my way took me back through Glebe streets, photographing tulips and other items in residential gardens. Including Henry.
Thursday, May 27, 2021
Continuing where I left off yesterday, here are more of the tulips surrounding that sculpture at Lansdowne.
The other bed here is across the path.
Departing, I took shots of an LED entrance sign. At present it is still leaning towards humour instead of events in its messaging.
I carried on to a nearby bed of tulips near the Rideau Canal.
Another bed along the Canal. The Flora Bridge, a pedestrian bridge linking the Glebe and Old Ottawa East, is in the background.
And to close out today, a view of the slope of the bridge. Daffodils grow on the top.