Picking up where I left off yesterday, the sun was setting over the Gatineau horizon, Nepean Point, and the Ottawa River.
Looking up from where I was, you wouldn't have thought it was twilight looking up at the Champlain statue. In reference to a question from yesterday, Champlain is holding aloft his astrolabe, an instrument for navigators and astronomers. The sculptor made an error, as Champlain is holding the instrument upside down.
All appearances to the contrary, it was twilight. The light was starting to fade.
I started to depart from the Point.
Down in Major's Hill Park, I looked back. Champlain's statue can just be glimpsed between the trees.
And I leave off with this last shot, taken at the Ottawa Locks from Plaza Bridge. Tomorrow I have sunsets taken at different dates and in different places.