Before getting into Winterlude, I have something different today. Looking at my Google notifications a few days back, I found a number of my shots from different times had been given a number of different treatments. I liked them, so decided to use them to give myself an extra day before my Winterlude series starts. We start with two different seasons at the National War Memorial.
And then we have panoramic shots; two shots from my trip in late December to the Museum of History in Gatineau combine to include the exhibition wing and a look across to Parliament Hill.
The second panoramic shot is from last winter, combining images of the Rideau Falls and the Ottawa River.
The Falls from that same time looks quite different rendered in black and white.
Black and white also gives a different tone to the Rideau Canal and skaters, seen from a perspective on the Pretoria Bridge.
And I finish with this different take on the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill. Tomorrow we get ourselves started with Winterlude. I've already taken a lot of pics, and it's only been the first weekend.