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53 – “Last City Council” as seen on Beechwood Ave.

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Aug 30 2012
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Do you know what this mural on Beechwood in New Edinburgh commemorates? I can sure tell you that I didn’t. Apparently, this mural by artist Karole Marois commemorates the last council of the city of Vanier. Who knew? Check this website out for more details on other murals in the area, its pretty neat.   [google_map address=’53’ coordinates=’45.440712,-75.674142′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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52 – Teddy Bear in a Child’s Bicycle-seat as seen on a Fire Hydrant

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Aug 29 2012
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Don’t know where to begin with today’s post.  I can’t say I ever expected to title a post in such a way, but truth is, weirder things have happened. I’ve known about the marble fire hydrants along Wellington St. West for a long time now, but until yesterday I always assumed that they just took the shape of foods and as a result, I stopped paying attention to them long ago thinking the whole project was pretty lame. Yet, low and behold, today I am ready to take that back.  After a little research (on the city of Ottawa website), […]

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51 – Graffiti Park as seen at Bronson and Slater

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Aug 28 2012
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Today’s photo is of the every changing and colourful graffiti park at the corner of Bronson and Slater. Don’t know when the guy on the left showed up but I can’t remember the last time I saw a portrait of someone on this wall and I used to drive by regularly in the morning on the way to work! The rest of the wall   [google_map address=’51’ coordinates=’45.415493,-75.707931′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]  

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50 – Old City Hall as seen from New Edinburgh Park

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Aug 27 2012
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I can’t believe its already been 50 days. Only 315 more days to go before the end of my 365 day photo challenge! But before we get there, I hope you enjoy today’s photograph of Old City Hall, or to be correct, today’s photograph of the John G. Diefenbaker building.     [google_map address=’50’ coordinates=’45.440778,-75.691598′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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