Thursday, May 27, 2021

Yellows And Reds

 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.

30 comments:

  1. Thank you, not Pizza, you! Want one now ;-)

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  2. So beautiful. What an enchanting place to wander.

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  3. Beautiful William, especially with the blossom trees also ­čîŞ

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  4. hah hah love those quotes as well i only run maraton are those on netflix-- i run t w d heh he--

    gret photes

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  5. @Iris: pepperoni and bacon for me.

    @Italiafinlandia: they do.

    @Gemel: indeed.

    @Grace: definitely.

    @Stefan: there are a lot.

    @Anita: thank you.

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  6. ...I like the Lansdowne signs!

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  7. Hello,

    The yellows and reds look beautiful, lovely tulips. The sign is funny, I have done the Netflix marathons. Take care, have a happy day!

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  8. You're not pizza. Good one. :-)

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  9. I've run a few of those marathons.

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  10. Tulips and blossoms on the trees are so pretty.

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  11. These are lovely groupings of flowers, William.

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  12. Lovely flowers and great humour!

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  13. Great photos of tulip beds in different areas...I don't know what that company makes, but they have a sense of humor by their signs.

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  14. @Tom: so do I.

    @Eileen: thanks.

    @Revrunner: it is.

    @Anvilcloud: many have.

    @Marie: very much so.

    @RedPat: they are

    @Magiceye: thanks!

    @Barbara: Lansdowne is a mix of park, stadium, and retail, but with little going on these days in the way of events. Hopefully as things improve.

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  15. It looks like you're the only one in this area as there are very few people in the fields of tulips.

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  16. Fun saying ~ and lovely tulip photos ~ Xo

    Living moment by moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  17. I haven't seen this amount of tulips overhere this year.

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  18. That third photo with the tulips and the trees is my favorite.

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  19. The orange and yellow work brilliantly together.

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  20. @Red: there were people around, but I tend to keep people out of shots a lot.

    @Carol: thank you.

    @Jan: we were lucky.

    @Sharon: thank you.

    @Jeanie: they do.

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  21. Tulips come in all colours and forms, but the basic red or yellow ones seem to do better than all the others.

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  22. The mixed colours look fantastic.

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  23. Die Tulpen sind sehr sch├Ân in der verschiedenen Farben.

    Gru├č
    Noke

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  24. Almost more beauty than the eyes can comprehend. Thank you. Tweeted.

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  25. @John: so it seems.

    @Bill: I think so.

    @Noke: thank you.

    @DJan: they are.

    @Mari: you're welcome.

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  26. William - the second to last shot, with the orange shades, is my favorite. And of course I enjoyed the humorous sayings!!! Enjoy your weekend!

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