Thursday, June 4, 2020

A World Of Cold, White Weather

Picking up where I left off yesterday, here's a shot of Parliament Hill on that snowy March day.


The Gatineau shoreline was lost in the snow, but you can see the progress of open water on the ice. I was back in Major's Hill Park at this point.


A squirrel was in the park, and took cover behind a tree as I approached.


This view looks towards the Connaught Building and the Chateau Laurier.


While this looks back towards the National Gallery of Canada.


And I finish with one more view of the National Gallery at left, and the iconic Notre Dame at right.

16 comments:

  1. Looking at these photos are so wonderful. Interesting photos and so winterlike It was 107 again today where I live. !

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  2. Other-worldly/old wordly shots. Lovely...and cold!

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  3. Hello, beautiful views and winter scenes. Have a great day!

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  4. I can nearly see my Granma as a young girl in these pics!

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  5. ...when's the warm up going to happen?

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  6. Nice winter scenes, William, they are beautiful to look at, even if I'm happy that they have passed, at least until next winter...
    The shot of Parliament Hill is my preferred.

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  7. I am delighted the snow is gone!

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  8. There is such a softness to these pics, William!

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  9. It would be nice to see these around August. I'm glad it's finally moving into summertime.

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  10. Well, if it wasa hot these photos would cool you off.

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  11. @Parsnip: it is warming up a bit here.

    @Pat: thank you.

    @Eileen: thanks!

    @Iris: lived in cold places?

    @Tom: we did have three hot days last week.

    @Karl: it's iconic.

    @Marie: for now!

    @RedPat: there is.

    @Barbara: it's humidity I don't like.

    @Red: true!

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  12. Beautiful winter scenes, William.

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  13. Wonderful winter scene photos ~

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  14. Takes me right back into winter.

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  15. Now that's what I call winter weather William! Not like my current winter temperatures of 22C plus ✨

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  16. These scenes make me feel quite chilly!

    All the best Jan

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