Since I'm pretty much fully set for a month at this blog, have a look at the Ottawa Daily Photo Facebook page where over the next few days I'm posting some shots about the run up to the Grey Cup, which is being played here on Sunday. I posted the first shots last evening.
These first two autumn shots are taken at Dundonald Park in Centretown on the same October day.
A few days later in the park, I took this shot of the ground covered with leaves very close to where I took the second shot. Want to drive someone insane? Turn this shot into a two thousand piece jigsaw puzzle, and give it to them to complete.
These were elsewhere in Centretown.
And here we have more views over the Rideau Canal at the Bank Street Bridge, first to the west, then to the east, with the water levels having had been lowered for the winter.
These two views were taken on another day, at different times of the day.
While here we are a few minutes walk to the south, looking east from another bridge over the Rideau River.
I found this back in October during our Thanksgiving and held it back for today for my American readers. Happy Thanksgiving!