Central Park is a long ribbon-like park in the north end of the Glebe, a low lying valley in the neighbourhood. It's been my tradition for some years to show the park from winter into spring, with two shots taken each time from Bank Street, which crosses through the park.
I start with these shots taken one morning in December, first looking east and then looking west. This park is popular with dog walkers from the area. You should be able to find at least a couple of examples of that below.
On an evening in the latter half of January, I passed by again.
Here we have things in the early part of February at dawn one morning.
Early one morning in early March I took these shots.
One morning early this month I passed by again at dawn. The melt was gradually doing its thing.
And lastly, taken just a few days ago. The snow was gone, and the grass was looking quite green.