Here we have more from Miwate today, with the Chaudiere Falls lit up over a ten minute light and music show. The border between the provinces passes through this main channel of the Ottawa River, which makes its way through several channels among a series of islands at this location. The light show itself is dazzling to watch; check out this video I did. I will have more posts from here in December, and no doubt will be attending once or twice more.
Dazzling! What an amazing event.ReplyDelete
What a great light show.ReplyDelete
What a fabulous show of lights!ReplyDelete
Looks like rows of sparkling jewels!ReplyDelete
Fantásticas estas fotografias nocturnas.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
...nice to see everything aglow!ReplyDelete
@Kay: dazzling indeed!ReplyDelete
@Jim: it is quite something to see.
@Lady Fi: indeed!
@Lowell: I agree!
Beautiful idea, I hope people enjoy it!ReplyDelete
I would really like to see this but I live too far away. It seems that there are lots of good things going on in the Ottawa area. I may have to pay a visit some time. I've always wanted to go to the tulip festival but never made it there, so perhaps next year is the year.ReplyDelete
Such a marvelous event and photos!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful show, it's quite mystifying.ReplyDelete
Must have been fantastic to see this live !ReplyDelete
Thanks for checking out the light show and sharing photo with us.ReplyDelete
@Jennifer: a lot of people have been enjoying it.ReplyDelete
@Shammickite: the tulips are a great reason to come down.
@Cloudia: it is!
@Jan: I love it.
@Karl: it was!
@Red: you're welcome.
I love these dazzling lights!ReplyDelete
Looks like a pretty spectacular light show.ReplyDelete
Dazzling indeed. Looks like a fantastic show!ReplyDelete
I'm not surprised that you are planning to go back!ReplyDelete
All your night shots are dazzling ~ and creative ^_^ReplyDelete
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What a fabulous light spectacle!ReplyDelete
@Nancy: so do I!ReplyDelete
@Maywyn: it is fun to see!
@Sharon: it is!
@Tamago: I've enjoyed seeing it.
@RedPat: I went last night again. I'll see about tonight, but I want to also go Sunday evening.
@Christine: it really is!
every year ... i love finding folks who use blue lights .. every one has red, or green, or white ... but blue is so cool and different!! BLUE!! happy dance! ( ;ReplyDelete
Love the blu-ish light in several of your captures! Doubt if I ever will be in Ottawa, but it sounds native - is it?ReplyDelete
Looks like a fantastic light show. Nice video and photos, William!ReplyDelete
Excellent night shots. Blue is my favourite colour to illuminate the night.ReplyDelete
Blue on--dare I say it?--snow would be nice. :-)ReplyDelete
Quite the show. The music would have added to it.ReplyDelete
Great night time shots and must have been an amazing light show.ReplyDelete
This looks a great event.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Jeanette: yes, the root word for the city and the river is First Nations. There's a tribe by that name, though they didn't spend much time here aside from trading, living off to the west, while the word itself derives from a tribal word for trading. The river got the name before the city.
@Bill: thank you!
@Fun60: and there was a lot of blue to this.
@Revrunner: well we have had snow!
@Mari: it was quite something.
@Denise: it was.
@Klara: I agree.
@Jan: thank you!