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116 – “Jack-O-Lanterns & Trick-O-Treat” as seen at the Prime Minister’s House

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Nov 01 2012
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Today’s Blog Post is a game! Last night I made a visit to the Prime Minister’s House (only day of the year to my knowledge where outsiders are allowed access to the property) for a special Trick-or-Treat. There were hundreds of Pumpkins on the grounds all decorated and all lit up. It was pretty amazing, yet I realized I had a major problem. Apparently I have either had a severely deprived childhood or I must have been afraid of cartoons as a child because I can’t seem to remember any of the names for the following Pumpkin photos with the “? […]

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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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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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47 – Running Horses as seen on Sussex Street

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Aug 24 2012
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When it began to rain during my shoot of the Peace Monument on Tuesday,  I decided to seek shelter in the National Gallery of Canada. I can tell you I”m glad I did because I discovered this beautiful piece of art called “Running Horses” by a Saskatchewan artist called Joe Fafard.  While I know many would say it isn’t as cool as the giant spider, it should still definitely not be overlooked. Two more photos past the break…   As seen in front of the Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica     [google_map address=’47’ coordinates=’45.429791,-75.69784′ zoom=’15’ height=’300px’]

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