Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
They are still impressive.
This all reminds me that as soon as we are able to travel again, I need to get back out to the west coast.
Belas fotografias, gostei.Um abraço e boa semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
That canoe is very impressive. I enjoy seeing First Nation art, too. Thank you.
Hello,The canoe and totems are cool, what a great exhibit. Take care, enjoy your day! Wishing you a happy new week!
I remember the grand hall from other photos you've posted. It's such an impressive sight.
I've sung concerts in the great hall! It's an amazing space.
The canoe is priceless I’m sure.
The totems are beautiful but also tell a great story.
...art of the highest order.
I especially like that canoe, William!
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Heipsan William, for a long time.Your photos are lovely, and your header is super colorful and beautiful.Hugs
Wow, the canoe is - as the rest also - wonderful!
The canoe is beautiful as are the totems.
I love this type of art!
Gosh! Even inside looks like the museum in D.C.
Very interesting museum
The First Nations displays are wonderful.
Really enjoying this exhibit.It's wonderful.
Fascinating to check out the totems am sure.
So much to see in the Grand Hall William ✨
Awesome canoe and First Nations totem poles ~ ^_^Gorgeous header photo ^_^Live each moment with love,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
It's all beautiful but that canoe is astounding.
It is a beautiful hall!
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