I choose to end this month with a set of shots from the beginning of the day at various times over the winter. From now until into the fall, the sun rises too early for me to meet it.
I took this in pre-dawn light in mid-January. Dundonald Park was quiet that time of day.
Here we had the same locale several mornings later.
On the last day of January this was the morning view looking southeast as I walked.
This dawn day was in mid-February, also in Dundonald Park.
This was in mid-March.
And these two were some days later.
I finish with these views from late March. The Rideau Canal, still largely frozen, is seen to the south from the Mackenzie King Bridge.
Crossing to the north side of the bridge finds familiar landmarks- the National Arts Centre, Parliament Hill, the government Conference Centre, and the Chateau Laurier- just starting to be lit up.