Taken from the Bronson Avenue bridge, this view shows where the Rideau Canal widens out into Dow's Lake. Across is the Arboretum, which I'll have more photographs of later (my present header image is from fall colours in the Arboretum a couple of years back).
This view is from one of the local streets- the lake can be found down at the end of the street.
While these fall colours can be found at the north end of the lake. The statue is one I haven't shown in a long while; it is one of a matching pair, while its counterpart can be found in the Netherlands.
And we leave off with two views of Parliament Hill, the Bytown Museum, and Gatineau on the far shore, here where the Canal meets the Ottawa River at the Ottawa Locks. The first was when the Canal was still open for boating; the second was taken down along the locks, after the water levels had been lowered in preparation for the winter.