I have some twilight shots to close out the month. I took this on May one evening outside the EY Centre south of the city core, looking west.
This view was taken later in May from the Bank Street Bridge, looking west over the Rideau Canal.
In June, a few days before the first day of summer, I was downtown running an errand over in the Byward Market. I crossed the Mackenzie King Bridge, and the setting sun was over the Canal. This is a mark of how much our perception of the sun's position changes over the year- this is looking to the northwest. No more than a half hour later, I headed back over the bridge- dark brooding storm clouds were moving in, creating a completely different mood as you can see in the following shot.
This I took on Canada Day on my way out of the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau.
A few days later in July, this was the twilight over the Canal at the Bank Street Bridge once again.
Later in July, I attended the Fortissimo event on Parliament Hill, a military ceremony I'll show you in a few days. This dusk view of Centre Block was among the shots I took that evening.
I took these shots in the first part of August at the War Memorial. The last light of day illuminating the Chateau Laurier particularly stood out to me.
And this view was a few days later, looking over the Rideau Canal again from the bridge.