Carrying on with my look inside Confederation Hall today, here are more views. I photographed to my heart's content inside this rotunda space. I will deeply miss this spot when the building is inaccessible during the project.
Coming back outside, I photographed these hanging panels explaining what's been going on over at the West Block. Some of the same concerns are going to be going into the rehabilitation work here in Centre Block.
Then I turned around and photographed the base of the tower. I will be concluding this series tomorrow.
Beautiful architecture and designs.ReplyDelete
Des arches très élégantesReplyDelete
They just don't make them like that any more.ReplyDelete
Beautiful ceilings, they could built something in those days.ReplyDelete
...I've enjoyed the tour of the interior!ReplyDelete
nice ... love all the fanciness!! ( ;ReplyDelete
The details are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely architecture and such beautiful ceilings!
The tower looks so impressive!
Have a lovely weekend!
It's very beautiful, so it's a good thing they are preserving it. I love those soaring lines in the first pictures. :-)ReplyDelete
Uma maravilha este interior, aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
I'm so glad I discovered your blog while you've been exploring this wonderful building. Can't wait to see what you've got up your sleeve next!ReplyDelete
Neat photo anglesReplyDelete
Lots of lines for you to fallow in these photos.ReplyDelete
Love the composition and angles of your photos ~ beautiful!ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
@Nancy: that it is.ReplyDelete
@Andy: they don't.
@Marianne: they did wonders.
@Tom: I've enjoyed showing it.
@Beth: thank you.
@Marie: they are.
@DJan: so do I.
@Francisco: thank you.
@Barbara: my next set of posts is coming soon.
You really can get lost in those patterns, amazing!ReplyDelete
I love all those patterns, as you might have guessed.ReplyDelete
The ceiling is spectacular! I like it very much.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the architecture, William !ReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous space!ReplyDelete
Awe, it's nice that we love archi and finding your blog makes me realize there's still a lot to see in the world.ReplyDelete
@Iris: you can.ReplyDelete
@Sharon: I love them too.
@Marleen: so do I.
@Karl: thank you.
@Stevevhan: thank you.
What amazing patterns in stone!ReplyDelete
Que buenas tomas.ReplyDelete
The patterns and details are very impressive.ReplyDelete
Brilliant place and brilliant photos!ReplyDelete
I am just stunned by the magnificent marble(?) carving in this building.ReplyDelete
These buildings are so worth upgrading and preserving though it seems like a monumental challenge.ReplyDelete
By the Peace Tower, you delight your eye and get peace when you look at it ... Gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Love that tree!ReplyDelete
Well, anyway you have a set of beautiful photos for the coming years.ReplyDelete
The details are so beautiful, you've captured it very well.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
The archs are lovely.ReplyDelete
@Furry Gnome: indeed.ReplyDelete
@Trini: thank you.
@Bill: that they are.
@Catalyst: as am I.
@Kay: it'll be quite a process.ReplyDelete
@Ella: thank you.
@Revrunner: as do I.
@Jan: that's true.
@Jan: thank you.
@Klara: I agree.