An evening sky in early August caught my eye over Old Ottawa South, and then at the bridge over the Rideau River.
On another evening, this was the view from the Bank Street Bridge out over the Rideau Canal.
This one dates back to early September from the same location. The days were considerably shorter than they had been in August.
Also from early September, I was up at the Garden of the Provinces and Territories one evening and took in the views west.
Walking west to the grounds of the Canadian Firefighters Memorial, I took this shot a few minutes later. The structures are the National Holocaust Monument at the left and the familiar spike of the Canadian War Museum in the background to the right. The Holocaust Monument was officially opened two days ago. I will be taking you through it at some point in the fall.
This final one was taken earlier this month as well, from the Summer Pavilion on Parliament Hill, looking west over the Ottawa River and taking in Gatineau. The island you can see in mid stream was completely flooded over this past spring by high waters, and for a time I thought the bushes on top of it had been wiped out. They took a beating, but survived the flooding anyway. For more sky views from around the world this week, check out Skywatch.