I have now switched out my header image for something more spring like, a bed of tulips taken last May at Dow's Lake.
On the last Sunday of Winterlude, I had a bit of extra time on my hands and decided to take a walk. I started from Confederation Park, with this view of the Aboriginal Veterans Monument in sunlight.
My destination was the Portage Bridge over the Ottawa River, where I wanted to take a shot of the river for a post I'll show at month's end. Here where the bridge begins, I took a photograph of the Richmond Landing area, which descends towards the river.
Coming back from my purpose here, I crossed the bridge and paused at this channel of the river, separating Victoria Island, to the right, from the shoreline proper. The old mill you see here has long since been repurposed as a restaurant. Its present incarnation, after the previous establishment went out of business, is the Mill Street Brew Pub.
I then headed back downtown, passing the Supreme Court.
The Court has a neighbour on the west side, the main headquarters of Library And Archives Canada. This sculptural bench stands outside its main entrance. There was an exhibit going on inside, which I'll start to show you tomorrow.