OTTAWA TRAILS - 'A Little Summer in Winter' continues ...
A quick link to Part 1 is right here for your easy reference:
or you can just scroll down to Part 1.
The photos pretty much follow the order in which they are described in Part 1, so there's no need to repeat. Captions go to work!
So, we're back on some 'Ottawa trails' bringing a little warmth and color to you!
|Champlain Lookout, Gatineau Park, on a rainy day|
|Part of the system of Rideau Canal locks; in the background, the By Town Museum, formerly a military post|
|View of Parliament Hill from the amphitheater on Napean Point|
|Ducks on the Ottawa River; background to the right, the Museum of Civilization|
|Confederation Park; Bell Tower in left background|
|Step art near the National Art Center|
|One of several poster invitations to the Eco Art Exhibition|
|Changing of the Guard parade on Elgin St., making its way up to Parliament Hill|
|Changing of the Guard parade, passing flags in front of the National Arts Centre. Behind that is the Government Conference Centre|
One of the requirements is that they must be able to play a musical instrument; a necessity for the musical pageant. They look and move like professionals ... great presentation!
Thanks again Liz! The weather forecasters were predicting a 'warmer' weekend. I really hope it came through.
Until next time ... keep warm!
Jusqu'à la prochaine fois ... garder au chaud!