For the next little while, I'll be showing you some of Ottawa in the winter. One morning in mid-January I was out during the immediate aftermath of an overnight snow storm. Snow was clinging to the trees in the early morning light here in the Glebe.
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Here is one of the entrances down into Central Park, a ribbon park in the north end of the neighbourhood. I've been photographing this area, both east and west side, for a post I do each year showing the transition from winter into spring. This looks down into the east side.
And this looks over into the west side.
I continued on with my walk, into Centretown. Early morning drivers were making their way carefully along this street.
This is the Church of St. Barnabas, an Anglican church.
A short walk further, this view drew my eye.
Dundonald Park is close to home for me. This was the view in the park that morning.
And here it was the following morning. People had come out to make snowmen and snow forts during the intervening 24 hours.
This was one of the snow forts. We'll pick up here tomorrow.