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98 – Embassy of France as seen on Sussex Drive

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Oct 14 2012
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After a long night on friday, I finally made it out to my photo walk yesterday afternoon, but I didn’t last long at all. It was cold, cloudy and the ever threatening rain convinced me to give up pretty darn quickly. Before I did, I did manage to grab this shot of the French Embassy. Located next door to the Prime Minister’s House, this is probably one of my favorite Ottawa buildings, a building I was lucky enough to have visited during last year’s “Door Open Ottawa Weekend”. If they have it on the schedule for next year, you should […]

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96 – “Fall Colours” as seen in Gatineau Park

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Oct 12 2012
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Couldn’t do this project without a trip to Gatineau Park for fall colours. As such, I don’t believe I need to say much today, I’ll let the photos speak for themselves… happy Friday!     Red Leaves   Access Road 1   On the Way to the Champlain Lookout   “Fall Colours” as seen on Promenade Champlain   Apparently this is a Government of Canada Building overlooking Lac Meech   Lac Meech   Lac Meech   The Road   Lake Meech   [google_map address=’96’ coordinates=’45.508309,-75.913004′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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95 – “Yellow Fall Colours” as seen at Garden of the Provinces and the Territories

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Oct 11 2012
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Another discovery for you today and I know I shouldn’t be surprised considering we have either a memorial, a park or a statue for nearly everything in Ottawa, but did you know that we have a Garden for the Provinces and Territories right here in downtown Ottawa? I can tell you I sure did not. If you have nothing to do, you should go ahead and read the wikipedia page about the gardens, its pretty neat. You get a pretty good understanding of the park’s history and the meaning of the two fountains (you can’t see them in the photo, as they […]

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