Picking up where I left off yesterday, this is the glass tower at the National Arts Centre. When it's lit up, its panels show various videos and still images, revolving around its cultural purpose.
I continued on past the NAC, taking in these lights to the south of the building.
And then I came into Confederation Park. While other nearby areas tend to use traditional coloured lights, this park uses spotlights to shine colours onto trees that are now dormant for the winter. Snow globes with bright white lights hang in some of the trees.
The park is home to several military monuments, the biggest of which is the National Aboriginal Veterans Monument.
The Lord Elgin Hotel stands in the background looking here.
One more shot in the park, and then I headed across the road to City Hall.
What a beautiful job they do with decorating the trees and the building is pretty awesome also, such a colourful display.ReplyDelete
The beautiful part of winter!ReplyDelete
I love the normal Christmas lights, but Confed Park is unusual and delightful.ReplyDelete
The trees and snow globes are so pretty, love the lights! Take care, enjoy your day!
...nice to see during this period of darkness.ReplyDelete
@Gemel: very much so.ReplyDelete
@Anvilcloud: it is.
@Eileen: thank you.
@Tom: that it is.
Bright and beautiful!ReplyDelete
I thought so.Delete
Very pretty. Thanks for the treat.ReplyDelete
They can do amazing things with lights.ReplyDelete
Such pretty lights! Love the beautiful photos!ReplyDelete
If bloggers could meet in one place for a night time dinner, then I'd chose Ottawa, outdoors at a long table with the lights all around us.
It's a good spot for it.Delete
Very pretty to see.ReplyDelete
I love all the lights.ReplyDelete
They brighten things up.Delete
I like the way the trees are lit at Confederation Park, it's really wonderful.ReplyDelete
It's quite different.Delete
All those lights are lovely, thanks for showing them. I have a few red lights on the bush outside my front door, but other than that I haven't been out anywhere to see the Christmas lights. It just doesn't seem the same this year.ReplyDelete
2020 was awful for that.Delete
I especially like the composition in that second photo.ReplyDelete
Wonderful lights in these photos, as also in your previous ones.ReplyDelete
Those lights are spectacular. They sure know how to do it well in Ottawa!ReplyDelete
They do it up well.Delete
Those lights look wonderful, many thanks for sharing these photographs.ReplyDelete
Sending my good wishes for 2021.
All the best Jan
And a lot of them.Delete
Beautiful lights and great photos ^_^ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you ~
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
I love all the colours in the trees:)ReplyDelete
There's a lot.Delete