Carrying on with my walk, I took this view along Sussex Drive a short distance away from where I left off yesterday.
This view overlooking the Ottawa River looks towards Gatineau, and the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge. Jacques Cartier Park is the wooded area on the far shore.
This path nearby would lead down closer to the water.
My walk took me back to the core, with this view of the Rideau Canal, and Confederation Park across the water.
A view from the Mackenzie King Bridge takes in the final stretch of the Rideau Canal.
I headed for Confederation Park.
And my last shot of that day, in the park itself.
Another day, and these two views in Dundonald Park.
A different day can make a big difference. This day passing by Dundonald Park had brooding skies in the west.
I went in October to pay a visit to the Canadian War Museum, in a series I'll start in a few days. I passed over a channel of the Ottawa River here, one that's been developed for white water rafting.
And nearby I took this photograph at the Canadian Firefighters Memorial.