This will be the last post from these Gardens.
I do apologize for the number of photos,but I will keep my comments short so you don't have to spend all day on this post.
This is taken while standing on no-mans land.The little stream is on the border of the two countries,Canada and the United States.
One more shot of the dove of peace being released from these hands.
A turtle enjoying the surroundings.
This is at the display from 9/11
Looking at these beams and reflecting on that terrible day is very sobering.
Yes,these are beams pulled out of the rubble from the World Trade Center.Sad indeed.
These towers are known as the Peace towers.They have been a landmark at the Gardens for many years,but time has taken it's toll on them and they will be coming down. Apparently they will be replaced by another structure.
The next four photos show some of the beauty away from the garden area.You can see that I was there on a beautiful,calm day.I love the reflections.
Finally, another landmark of the Peace Gardens,the floral clock.Each year it is planted with different flowers,and each year it is beautiful.
Praise is the song of a soul set free.