Abigail Gossage's urban Posts

We have had an extremely dry spring this year and when we went through Almonte a couple of weeks ago there was only a thin stream of water coming down over the…

The morning walk started with crossing the Alexandra Bridge. It was interesting to see the difference in the light as usually I cross the bridge in late…

By 6:25 am this gorgeous morning we were in the Arboretum which was blissfully empty of folk except for a few. On our way from where I parked the car we went…

Sunday's walk was made in brilliant sunshine. I decided to do my circuit across the Alexandra Bridge, along the path on the other side of the Ottawa River to…

It was cool but quite lovely yesterday, a nice change from the day before when it snowed. Looks very grey today so I am glad I made the effort to get out. As…

Springtime on a grey day is the best time IMHO to shoot the most interesting reflections on the Rideau Canal. The low water levels before they fill the canal…

urban images from a recent walk along Wellington... Light on scaffold tarps always makes interesting shadowsand patterns. Light on scaffold tarps always makes…

A return visit to the Glebe was in order on the sunny weekend as I had an errand to run. As I passed the alley that in my previous post had the lineup for…

No matter that I walk by Parliament Hill regularly and frequently it never seems to lose its photographic allure. This is a view we can expect to see for the…

My previous post on the parking garage was part of an urban shoot that included Lansdowne Park which is an urban development built around a stadium and a wander…

The challenge from the RA PhotoClub this weekend was to wander around Lansdowne Park and the Glebe with only a cellphone for a camera. I am no cellphone expert…

More from a sunny day in Chinatown: A glimpse of Eglise Saint Jean Baptiste Such a pleasure to see a laundry line in the middle of the city! The LRT station on…

Yesterday was a very beautiful day and the urban group of the RA Photo Club took advantage of it to explore Chinatown. For me it was great to get away from my…

It was a crisp but beautiful morning for the walk with the RA PhotoClub urban group. The area was very familiar to me but I discovered many scenes that had…

One year ago today the World Health Organization declared Covid 19 a pandemic. Today in our city flags were flown at half mast to honour those who died during…

Weather-wise it was not a particularly pleasant day yesterday which is why I was very surprised with the amount of traffic and folk wandering around the Market.…

It snowed for a good portion of the day today but you would have to be a real Grinch if you could not appreciate its beauty.

Beautiful weather this past weekend so I wandered a bit around downtown. My first stop was at Parliament Hill as I have wanted a decent shot of the West Block…
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