Periodically I make use of the Bank Street Bridge for photography, and wanted to document the changing colours of fall. So today's post is all about that, looking first to the west and then to the east from the bridge as the street crosses over the Rideau Canal. These first two shots were taken in early October when the water levels were still at their summer levels. In the shots looking east, you might make out the cupola of a former convent above the trees. That houses the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, an administrative centre for medical students.
Some days later, here were the same perspectives.
Two days after that pair, I took this pair. This would have been the same day that we had the mist and fog that I mentioned in my post about the stadium at Lansdowne Park. Note the lower water levels.
The day after that the skies had more or less cleared.
Here are views from later that day.
I took more shots the following day as well.
And to conclude today, I have two final shots in both directions, taken three days later, on the 16th of the month.