A low level shot alongside the tulips takes in the space between two Museum of History wings, with Parliament Hill on the far side of the Ottawa River.
Here we have a view of the curatorial wing with the tulips. Cardinal, a Canadian First Nations architect who lives in the area, employs the curved motif in his architecture, an influence of his cultural background. American readers may recognize his style in the National Museum of the American Indian, also his work.
These views look back toward the entrance of the exhibit wing.
Beautiful building complex very nice hotel.
Lovely entrance and beautiful architecture!ReplyDelete
Wonderful pictures William! Have a lovely week!
...now that's quite a building!ReplyDelete
The curvy garden beds and tulips look beautiful. Enjoy your day, have a great new week!
It would be good if every Canadian could visit Ottawa at least once.ReplyDelete
Such an interesting face on the museum of history.ReplyDelete
I guess tulip beds have to be curved to go along with the curves of the art center.ReplyDelete
I love the curves of this building.ReplyDelete
Incredible architecture 💙ReplyDelete
The curves of the building are very impressive.ReplyDelete
I like this architecture very much.ReplyDelete
It is such a fabulous building!ReplyDelete
I love Cardinal's work. The flowers compliment it nicely.ReplyDelete
@Agnieszka: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Tom: it is.
@David: I certainly think so.
@Marie: it is.
@Sharon: me too.
@Grace: it is, yes.
@Bill: very much so.
@Fun60: I agree.
Oh, those curves make your photos!ReplyDelete
They do indeed.Delete
Beautiful photo compositions, William !ReplyDelete
I do like the curves of the building.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
I do too.Delete
Beautiful curves! Well done.ReplyDelete