Back in February, when I went over to Jacques Cartier Park to photograph Winterlude events, I took some shots on the Alexandra Bridge coming back. It starts with this view of Parliament Hill looming over the frozen Ottawa River.
The lines of the bridge always interest me, particularly for framing shots. Nepean Point looms on the other side of the bridge, topped with the statue of the explorer Samuel de Champlain, who first came up the Ottawa River in 1613.
A look back at the Ottawa side of the river takes in the Canadian Museum of History, as well as other views of the river.