My last formal post of 2019 started with a couple of sunset shots outside the jurisdiction in Guelph, Ontario. So I begin this year with the same, sunrise shots taken a couple of minutes apart in July. These views were taken looking out of the guest bedroom window at my father's apartment.
In early September, I happened to be out around Lansdowne Park at dawn. This first view was from a berm along the east side of the stadium. The reflections you can see come from the Rideau Canal.
I proceeded down to the Canal itself.
Here we have a couple of November views of the first light of day, also taken at Lansdowne.
Passing through the Glebe one morning in early December, I took these views in Central Park looking east.
A few minutes later, down at Lansdowne, here was the dawn view looking at the stadium.
Another day in December, two views from the above locations. First in Central Park.
And then at Lansdowne Park, with the Aberdeen Pavilion in the foreground.
And my final dawn shot is the last photograph I took in 2019. This is Dundonald Park in Centretown, taken between Christmas and New Year's, early in the morning just as the sun was starting to rise. I'm now living near here.