I have been keeping regular track of the ongoing project at the National Arts Centre. My last post is here. Work continues on the glass enclosure around portions of the building, due to be finished by Canada Day. I crossed to the south side a few days ago, one of those days where blue sky was elusive and short lasting.
Some of the work crew can be seen on break in the background. I decided to do a close up photo of the sculpture of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson.
The NAC remains open during the project, and this poster for an upcoming screening of the film (with the orchestra playing the music) could be found. Incidentally, if you're wondering about the title of this post, it's part of the lyrics for As Time Goes By.
Heading up to the terrace, I came to where public access ends, managing to capture a glimpse of Parliament Hill at the end of Elgin Street. This is on the west side of the building.
Coming off the terrace, I came to the east side of the building for another view north.
After running some errands nearby, I photographed the north side of the NAC, starting at Plaza Bridge over the Canal. You can see how quickly the clouds had moved back in.