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298 – High water on the Ottawa River as seen behind Parliament

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May 02 2013
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Wow… I have never seen the water so high on the Ottawa River before. If the water was even a foot higher, the bike path behind parliament would be flooded. Seagull island wasn’t as lucky and was completely submerged, made walking behind Parliament yesterday noticeably quieter. Anyways I hope you enjoy, I got lots of water on my camera trying to take this shot. You can even see some on the top left of the shot above. But if your wondering, getting my camera partially soaked was worth it. I am pleased with the result!     Top of the Tree on […]

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142 – Portage 1-2-3-4 as seen from Lemieux Island

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Nov 27 2012
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Was up early again this morning in the hopes of catching an amazing sunrise in the middle of the Ottawa River. Sadly it wasn’t meant to be. Thankfully I managed to sneak a peak of the incredibly ugly Portage Complexe in Gatineau. Somehow at 6:35 in the morning, all lit up in the night sky, it don’t look to bad! Hopefully, not too many people were already working! I would dread the day if I ever had to start work that early.    [google_map address=’142′ coordinates=’45.414422,-75.727398′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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74 – Sailboat Cruising Down the Ottawa River as seen in front of the Canadian Museum of Civilization

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Sep 20 2012
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I’m bringing you today’s photograph straight from the middle of nowhere New Jersey where I will be hanging out for the next few days for work. I’ll tell you one thing, the view here is nothing like the photo above. Wishing I was sailing that boat in front of the awesome CIV Museum, instead my not lovely view of the New Jersey Turnpike! In brighter news, only 1 more day till Friday!   [google_map address=’74’ coordinates=’45.434403,-75.699771′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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33 – Inukshuk at Sundown as seen from Remic Rapids

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Aug 10 2012
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After spending most of the last month in the downtown area and in New Edinburg, I decided it was time to venture out and explore something new.  While my first photo walk in Westboro/Hintonburg was not the most fruitful of photographic experiences, I did discovered an amazing piece of Ottawa history and art, the beautiful natural rock sculptures at Remic Rapids created by John Felice Ceprano. If you have never been, you should definitely check it out as you probably won’t ever see anything like it anywhere else. It’s truly an incredible sight. Special shout out to @FMatiasPhoto for sharing this little […]

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