Here we have one more view down into the Grand Hall from the top level, as I was about to go into the corridor leading to the Canada History Hall at the Museum of History.
The corridor is lined with images of Canada, a mix of mirror and white paint allowing for a photograph to be replicated. Most of these are specific places in the provinces and territories, but some are activities. We start with Peggy's Cove.
Here we have the Toronto skyline.
Our Lady Of Victory Church is in the Northwest Territories.
This one particularly appeals to me, capturing the activity of rock climbing.
The Hector was a sailing ship that brought Scottish immigrants to Nova Scotia in the 1770s. There's a replica of the ship in Pictou.
And for today I leave off with this teepee from Alberta.