One evening in late January, after the sun was already below the horizon, I paused on the Bank Street Bridge to photograph the sky, with skaters on the surface of the Rideau Canal.
My path took me west through the Glebe, with the fading light still drawing me on. These two shots were taken a few minutes apart.
One evening in February I decided to see in the last light of day at Major's Hill Park. This view looks north along the path towards the National Gallery and the spires of Notre Dame. A bit of freezing rain that had happened a day or two earlier had left a glaze of ice on top of the snow.
I photographed the last light at a couple of spots along the pathway. Parliament Hill loomed over the frozen Ottawa River.
This view is from the terrace at the Chateau Laurier.
Later in February, I stopped on the Corktown Bridge at the twilight hour and photographed the view of skaters on the Rideau Canal. The Chateau Laurier can be seen where the Canal comes to an end.
And I finish with this shot taken a few days ago on Plaza Bridge with the last light of the day. The Canal meets the Ottawa River down there between Parliament Hill and the Chateau Laurier. The Bytown Museum is nestled beneath Parliament Hill, while the building closer to us is the lockmaster station.