On the same day I was taking shots in the Garden Of The Provinces And Territories, I headed over to Portage Bridge to take shots for my twice a month view of the Ottawa River ongoing series. After taking my shots, I proceeded along the bridge into Gatineau, because I wanted tulip shots on the Quebec side of the river. Where the bridge ends is some parkland with a large standalone bed of tulips. Two Canada geese were having lunch.
This is the large bed, a mix of white, pink, and yellow tulips this year.
Across the path, some tulips have migrated into the grass over the years, courtesy of the diligent work of squirrel gardeners.