Leaving Lebreton Gallery, the pathway heads up towards the main lobby of the museum. The walls above are adorned with large paintings and fuselage art.
This is a different take of the museum, taken from the west side, along the river pathway. The sun was setting over the Ottawa River.
I stopped at the War Memorial to take in the multitude of wreaths and the poppies on the Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier. The next day I returned to photograph again. The wreath placed by the Children's Choir is side by side with one honouring a fallen soldier of the First World War, a private named Thomas Walker, who died on April 9th, 1917, a casualty of the the first day of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. He was seventeen years old.