Having had looked around, apparently our theme days at City Daily Photo are coming to an end, and the group will be carrying on around Facebook (which I haven't been on since Covid started). Alas, more's the pity. The final theme day for September will be around favourite shots.
August in Ottawa is when the sunflowers come out and show off. Starting by the last week of July and often going into September, these flowers grow big and bright. The Sunnyside branch of the Ottawa Public Library has garden space outside, with a lot of them planted among the other plants. Bees were busy on the day I visited. This is technically still my home branch, but I haven't been inside since Covid restrictions started, and not all branches are operating at present. Those that are have been mostly doing curbside returns and holds pickups in the lobbies.
Across the street and just visible in the background is Southminster United Church.
The bridge beyond is the Bank Street Bridge. Two lanes on either side of the bridge have been cordoned off during Covid to give room for cyclists and pedestrians to avoid each other.