To close out the month, an odds and ends mix of images. This sculpture stands outside the front entrance of Library And Archives Canada.
This little one could be seen crossing a sidewalk at a fair clip into Dundonald Park. I believe it to be an American dagger moth caterpillar.
The 417 is the east-west freeway that crosses the city, combined with the 416, which runs south to the St. Lawrence River. This work site is at Kent Street in the core, where work has been going on for some time. It appears now that a bridge section is being put together here as a replacement for the nearby bridge. That's the technique used here as much as possible- build the replacement close by, and then over the course of one weekend, close the freeway, remove the old bridge, and put the new bridge in. If it happens to be sometime soon, I'll document that process.
A spare shot from the Busker's Festival on Sparks Street, I took this shot because of these unusual stilts this man was walking around on.
Down at the Ottawa Locks along the Canal, this mother and her brood of ducklings were busy preening before a swim.
Along Wellington Street, I liked this reflection shot of the Confederation Block of Parliament Hill against the modern tower. The more old fashioned building among the glass is the core of the Bank of Canada. This complex has been undergoing serious work in the last year or so.
Finishing off with this, we have these two dinosaurs on the grounds at the Museum of Nature. These are chasmosaurus irvinensis, on the east lawn. For those members of City Daily Photo who have been looking at the theme day post for tomorrow, this is a summer shot of the sculptures as a comparison to the winter shot at that link.