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The rain makes everything so depressing so I thought to show you my walks in colour for a change. Usually there are cars parked around this building frustrating…

So far we are being encouraged to take our health walks and I have certainly been taking advantage of that. I am very lucky to be living in the area I do where…

A friend and I went back to the Rideau Centre (keeping our social distance the while) to show her the empty facility and explore the rooftop garden.

The title probably describes the way we feel right now. As I went out for my 'health" walk I found fog and I did not even have to get up early to catch it. …

The first image epitomizes for me the current atmosphere in our city, closed and empty... As I climbed the stairs to the rooftop garden of the Rideau Centre…

It was a gorgeous day last Saturday so I set out along Sussex Drive to check out the Rideau Falls. Along the way I passed the Ottawa Memorial that…

It was a beautiful afternoon in the Nation's Capital and as it is supposed to pour tomorrow I took the camera out to chase shadows.

The city of Ottawa has many varied monuments pertaining to the country's history. Some of these are well-known but there are others that stand in quiet parks in…

Most downtown cores in North America abound in steel and glass. The ones in my fair city cannot lay claim to any wondrous architectural designs - a result of…

It looks as though yesterday was the last day of canal skating for the season. High temperatures are turning the ice to slush and colder temperatures are not…

It was a lovely day so I did my usual circuit from the Market, swinging through Lowertown and back along Rideau Street. Fortuitous surrealism as the eager…

Ottawa, being the National Capital, has many different diplomatic offices and residences. These are often buildings of historic significance to the city or to…

Out into the -20 degrees this morning as I was all out of coffee beans. Desperation knows no bounds etc. In the event, the wind had died and it was a…

It is a matter of pride that we boast of having the world's coldest capital. As residents we learn to appreciate the beauty of winter because who wants to stay…

One of my pet peeves is photographers who feel there is nothing to shoot in their home city. Probably 85% of my archives is made up of local images as opposed…

My best to all my Photoblog friends, wishing you the best for the season and looking forward to much image sharing in the New Year!

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Yesterday afternoon I went back to the scene of the fire (see previous post) that ravaged five of the buildings in the historic Market area of Ottawa. To my…
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