Yellow Coneflower, Gatineau QC

I admit that I was a bit bored at MosaiCanada, one of the Signature Events for Canada’s 150th, at least as celebrated in Ottawa. I mean, after you’ve seen three or four shapes sculpted from dripping-wet moss and teeny tiny plants, you’ve kinda seen them all.  The grand piano just wasn’t that different from the hockey players, you know what I mean?  

But the humungous sculptures were sited in regular flowerbeds which offered me something a little more to my taste.

Close-up of coneflower, glistening from watering and nestled in dried grasses.

Oddly enough, unlike the sculptures, each yellow flower *is* completely distinctive.

 

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