Friday, May 28, 2021

Tulips Along The Pathway

 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.


My last stop of the evening before heading home was the Museum of Nature and its gardens. I went towards the main entrance, where two flowerbeds include tulips.

34 comments:

  1. Thank you for the colors and ... Henry certainly says hi!

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  2. Wow! Love the bright and beautiful colours of the tulips.

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  3. Hello,
    The tulips look beautiful, a cheery sight to see while walking. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

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  4. ...the orange ones are a knockout! Henry gets around.

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  5. Very beautiful tulips. Glad to see you didn't have any problem uploading photos.

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  6. Loved the 3rd and the last photo the best.

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  7. The tulips are beautiful.
    Is there still ice in the pond?

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  8. Me thinks you named Henry...but it was nice to include him!

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  9. Love those red/orange tulips in the first shots, William.

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  10. It's a great time of year when the tulips are at their peak.

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  11. Those red tulips are gorgeous.

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  12. @Italiafinlandia: indeed.

    @Iris: I figured you'd like that.

    @Nancy: so did I.

    @Eileen: thanks.

    @Tom: definitely.

    @DJan: I always have a few days of posts prepared, so today's post was prepped last week. I did set up a post last night after the issue with Blogger corrected itself.

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  13. @Magiceye: thank you.

    @Jan: no, of course not, but the water looks disturbed. It's linked to the canal, and water levels had been raised, I believe, that same day.

    @Barbara: that's a mid towards Iris, who features lions called Henry.

    @RedPat: so do I.

    @Red: definitely.

    @Sharon: I agree.

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  14. Gorgeous photos!
    Very glad you can post pictures

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  15. Those bi-colour beds are pretty.

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  16. I like Henry and your tulip photos are fabulous.

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  17. Do you remember an appliance repair place on Bronson (just south of the Queensway) that had a pair of lions like that at their entrance? I think it was a bank at one time.

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  18. @Maywyn: thank you.

    @Gattina: thanks.

    @Marie: they are.

    @Catarina: more to come.

    @Denise: thank you.

    @Marleen: thanks!

    @Bill: they are.

    @Jeanie: indeed.

    @Karen: the place you're thinking of is on Bank just south of the Queensway. It's still there and so are the lions.

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  19. Beautiful! Just Beautiful!

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  20. Nice to walk along such a colorful pathway.

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  21. Wow these tulips just keep getting better! Henry is fabulous.

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  22. That first flower bed is shoulder to shoulder with tulips.

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  23. Lovely, especially the pond. Henry looks lonely.

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  24. Beautiful tot see the tulips in your country :)

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  25. You are surrounded by beauty and captured it all so well ~ Xo ~ Happy Weekend to you ^_^

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  26. Such lovely orange tulips.
    So nice to see your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  27. @Amy: thanks!

    @Revrunner: me too.

    @Happyone: it is.

    @Gemel: thanks.

    @Joanne: it was.

    @Linda: thank you.

    @Aritha: we have a lot.

    @Carol: thank you.

    @Jan: thanks!

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