Monday, June 1, 2009

Winnipeg in Spring- Assiniboine park


We took a little drive to the Park to see the display of tulips planted by the Dutch society. The display is in the Leo Mol sculpture garden. The sculptures are in the gardens, as well as in the gallery.









This sculpture depicts a Dutch sower.



Below is a sculpture of the founder of Lamb Air, an airline flying small planes to the North.




Some scenes in the English garden:




















2 comments:

Mildred said...

Oh that must have been lovely. Everything looks so fresh and crisp. Tulips remind me of my grandma's garden.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

This looks like such a serene and beautiful park. Thank you for sharing all of those gorgeous tulips and the wonderful sculpture. laurie