On Saturday I enjoyed a lovely dinner with family then took an early evening stroll through another city park.
This is a continuation and hopefully the final entry to my visits to as many Ottawa area parks as possible during my vacation.
After one consumes a delicious Spanish or Portuguese influenced meal and imbibes in a bottle of red wine, one should join companions for an evening walk around the neighbourhood or through a city park.
By the time we finished our dinner, the sun was already setting. We strolled down Beechwood Avenue and its side streets towards New Edinburgh Park to the Lumiere Festival.
We could not have asked for a more perfect evening. There was a cool breeze. The sky was clear so that we could recognize constellations and observe the rising, waxing moon. Music wafted in from different corners of the park. Families and fairies weaved their way along the paths.
We could have had a more steady person handling the camera though.
The following are a few of the best shots I captured. Once the low battery power indicator displayed on the camera, I gladly turned the thing off and just enjoyed the stroll.
I really enjoyed the field of bunnies!
There were many other creative paper lanterns lined up, illuminating the dark pathways.
There were even lanterns strung up the trees.
My companions and I agreed that it was a very enjoyable evening. We may return next summer and bring a few more people along with us.
Thanks for dropping by.
Great park. The live resident bunny crossed the stage during a live performnce by Odyssey Theatre I saw there.
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