I tend to do church photos for this day, and that's the case for most of these shots. I start with St. Matthew's Anglican Church in the Glebe. Earlier in the month I passed by on a snowy evening and noticed the stained glass window in the organ loft area above the main entrance was lit up from within.
Centretown United Church is downtown, and this year has had these lit ornaments in the windows of its administration area behind the church.
Here are the wreaths on one of the church entrances.
Wreaths are on the doors at another church, St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, which is situated across from the Supreme Court.
The rest of my shots are from different spots. This Christmas tree is in the entrance lobby for the Bank Of Canada Museum, a small currency museum located just south of Parliament Hill. I've been inside since the redo of the premises, and I must take you in there sometime. Probably before Winterlude.
The National Arts Centre has been decorated for Christmas. These wreaths are found above one of the large lobby areas. The second one is particularly appropriate for a place that has music as part of its mandate.
And my last site is the Royal Canadian Mint, along Sussex Drive near the National Gallery. Wreaths are found along its fences and its doors.