Here we have a frontal view of the War Memorial.
Turning to the east looks over at the National Arts Centre.
I started walking around, looking at the lights mixing with the Memorial.
Then I crossed the street, taking in a view of the Chateau Laurier at Plaza Bridge over the Canal. Christmas lights can be seen beyond in Major's Hill Park.
Turning around gives a view of the War Memorial.
And returning to the grounds of the Memorial, I took this shot.
Then I came back to the south side of the grounds to take this shot of the NAC, with the glass tower lit up with varying displays.
Beautiful light displays, I love the blue colored lights.
Take care, have a happy new week!
They are an invitation to celebrate...ReplyDelete
Pretty lightdecorations there!ReplyDelete
Some time ago I was reading a report on the future of power generation and usage. Excess consumption is an incredible waste of energy, lights left on, televisions blaring away when no one is in the room etc. At this time of the year it must spike like crazy!ReplyDelete
I am playing a song in my head.ReplyDelete
Strangers in the night
@Maywyn: thank you.
@David: not surprising.
@Anvilcloud: that fits.
Beautiful Christmas decorations make the monuments come alive :)ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful and healthy 2021.
Neat idea to take photos from different perspectives.ReplyDelete
Beautiful landmarks so lovely decorated ~ Great shots!ReplyDelete
Enjoy each moment,
A ShutterBug Explores
aka (A Creative Harbor)
...they sparkle at night!ReplyDelete
Looking at all these beautiful lights, I am sorry now I didn't drive around downtown.ReplyDelete
The blue lights are a favorite of mine.ReplyDelete
The war memorial is quite spectacular and I love that blue!ReplyDelete
Decorations delight! Beautiful photos, William.ReplyDelete
I love the sparkling blue lights.ReplyDelete
I just love seeing Christmas lights up, I'm tempted to leave mine up still outside.ReplyDelete
It's like an older sibling swinging the younger around in circles.ReplyDelete
How very enchanting.ReplyDelete
@Sami: they do.
@RedPat: I thought so.
@Red: it is, yes.
@Carol: thank you!
@Tom: yes, they do.
@Catarina: I live downtown, so it's never a problem getting there.
@Sharon: they stand out well.
@Jeanie: I think they work well together.
@DJan: I do too.
@Amy: thank you!
@Joanne: I can see that.
The Chateau is beautifully lit:)ReplyDelete