One evening there was a low cloud deck and fog enveloping the Capital. Parliament Hill, which can usually be seen from this point of view, was barely visible in the mist beyond the National Arts Centre. I walked along the bridge and took photos of the NAC and Canal, and across to the Convention Centre
The mist was also present down at Lansdowne Park, where crowds coming out of a hockey game were filing out past the Aberdeen Pavilion, one of the few worthwhile elements still preserved after that gang of thieves otherwise known as developers came in here and turned the place into a big box retail monstrosity (side note to OSEG: you guys are dirt bag con artist thieves. Drop dead). As you can see, a Christmas tree was under construction out front.