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236 – The Royal Canadian Navy Monument as seen on Richmond Landing

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Mar 01 2013
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Discovered this Monument thanks to a really knowledgable server at Mill Street Brew Pub the other day. Had never heard about the Royal Canadian Navy Monument before and was convinced it did not exist, but as promised by the waitress it was exactly where she said it was. I just hadn’t been down there since it was erected in May, 2012. Sure fits in with the scenery, don’t you think?       [google_map address=’236 – The Royal Canadian Navy Monument as seen on Richmond Landing’ coordinates=’45.42101,-75.710257′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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228 – “Downtown Ottawa à la miniature” – A Scale Model Sculpture as seen on Rideau Street

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Feb 21 2013
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Another Ottawa gem and beautiful map of the downtown core. This amazing little model of the city can be found at the intersection of Rideau Street and Elgin in front of the old train station. If you wanna know where something is, you will definitely find it here. Enjoy           [google_map address=’228 ‘ coordinates=’45.424512,-75.694617′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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190 – Parliament of Canada as seen from Chaudière Bridge

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Jan 14 2013
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While I do recognize that I took a similar photo of Parliament a couple of months back from the tip of Victoria Island, you will have to live with today’s photo because for some reason taking photos of this beautiful building never feels old. There are just so many angles one can get it from in this city. Anyways, I shot this photo on Saturday just after shooting the Chaudière falls which I posted here yesterday. While I did enjoy the warm weather on this shoot, I am paying for it today! Must have spent way too much time outside because […]

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83 – “The Queen Front and Center” as seen in the Library of Parliament

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Sep 29 2012
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The Library of Parliament is most likely the single most beautiful and interesting room in all of Parliament and perhaps even Ottawa. There is just something about this place, something that I can quite pin down that makes me feel like I am in a movie hanging out sometime in the early 20h century. At least thats how I felt until I saw the Maclean’s magazine exposed on the table of Queen Elizabeth II! When I saw that, I quickly found myself back in the 21 century and faced with the fact that I needed to go to work the […]

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