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245 – Construction Yellow Tribeca Towers as seen in Centretown

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Mar 10 2013
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Had a little fun with this one… two things to point out in this shot! The obvious, another giant condo complex in the heart of downtown Ottawa, and the more interesting piece, the rollerblader at the bottom of the shot! Rollerblader = Spring = Finally = Happy   [google_map address=’245 – Construction Yellow Tribeca Towers as seen in Centretown’ coordinates=’45.418302,-75.693541′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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221 – The Hunter and the Hunted as seen in Centertown

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Feb 14 2013
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Another neat set of sculptures for you from the center of downtown Ottawa. These two sculptures are located on Metcalfe between Queen and Albert. I originally saw them on my way home from work today and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised to come back to find them in one of Ottawa’s last Christmas wonderlands. Don’t these people know that it’s already February? Seriously? All kidding aside, I tried to make these poses as dramatically as I could but didn’t quite get the effect I was looking for. Either way it felt kinda neat to be in the middle of […]

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176 – The Sparks Street New Year’s Eve Party as seen on Sparks Street

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Dec 31 2012
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So what are you doing tonight? If you still don’t have anything figured out, you might wanna consider heading out to the Sparks Street New Year’s Eve Party! While I wish I was attending, after spending last year in Times Square for the Ball drop, I decided I would spend this New Year’s Eve indoors watching the countdown on the tube with some good friends and some food! But my indoorness shouldn’t stop you! I will give the organizers credit, they seem to have this event all figured out. As I was walking by on the way home this afternoon, […]

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88 – “Blue Whale” as seen suspended from the Ceiling of the Canadian Museum of Nature

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Oct 04 2012
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The Canadian Museum of Nature is in another one of Ottawa’s most beautiful buildings, an old school building with a modern twist. While I have yet to visit the museum (Its only a matter of time till I do as I’m sure one of my visitors will eventual ask to see it), I expect that the inside and the museum will not disappoint. The question here is when will I go!   [google_map address=’88’ coordinates=’45.413475,-75.688544′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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