I have some odds and ends today. I'm starting with this late March shot from the campus at the University of Ottawa, looking at Tabaret Hall.
Close by is St. Joseph's Catholic Church, a longtime presence on campus. The parish dates back to 1856, and this is the third church, consecrated in 1932 after the second church was largely destroyed by fire.
From a building of beauty to an eyesore- this is all that's left of a school built in Lowertown a century ago. A developer is supposedly going to use the retained two walls left here for a future project, but this has been like this for years on end.
One day in late March I came across this Lamborghini in the Byward Market.
During a visit to Vanier, I found this mural on a wall. It consists of panels mounted onto the wall, as opposed to painted on.
I shot this late in the day at Carleton University in early April, enjoying the aspects of light pole, gulls, and the Moon in a clear blue sky.
This is another shot from early April. This fellow was sitting behind the wheel while his human was off in a nearby store. Occupying the driver's seat- it's a very dog sort of thing to do.
I finish with these small blue flowers, taken a few days ago in Central Park in the Glebe. They always show up first in spring.