The National Gallery was very busy on Canada Day. Here on the floor beneath the glass tower, staff had set up tables for children to try their own hand at art. The view out towards Major's Hill Park and Parliament Hill is a good one.
I was more interested in seeing art. Turning around, this view takes in the corridor behind. The galleries are off to either side on two levels.
This view is from the second level looking back towards where I was.
And this view is from the upper level at the glass tower.
I didn't photograph the art inside (I'll come back sometime, since the restrictions have been lifted), but I did want to show you this garden that's inside one of the courtyard spaces in the Gallery. This view is taken from the second floor. Exhibit spaces branch off from each side of this area.
The long ramp leading back down out of the Gallery was busy through the day.
I depart with this under the water view. A fountain occupies the other courtyard space in the Gallery, and one can walk beneath that fountain and photograph this view at a location near the main entrance. The dots, as you might expect, are coins.