A reminder to members of City Daily Photo: the theme day for December is Transitions.
I went up to Parliament Hill one day to check out fall colours. It was a bleak day, though the fall colours stood out well enough. Here at the east side, the view also includes statues of Sir John A. Macdonald and Queen Elizabeth.
As I mentioned in yesterday's post, I took shots on several occasions above the locks of the Canal here. Those trees down at the base of the Hill near the Bytown Museum were quite bright.
I then headed into Major's Hill Park, where Colonel By's statue stood in its usual place. The flower beds have had blooms through summer and fall, but since then, tulip bulbs have been planted for next spring. Other views in the park include perspectives of the Chateau Laurier, the National Gallery, the American embassy, and Parliament Hill itself.