The day after yesterday's post I was out to go to Little Italy and took some shots as I went along. Here we see a small channel of the Ottawa River below in the ravine. You may remember I featured it at the end of last month, photographed from a bridge on the other side. The river is swift enough in this channel that it remains open until it rejoins the main body of the river.
Nearby is the national Canadian Firefighters Memorial.
My path led me on. These two street views include a large stone building on the high ground. That's the Dominican University College, which has a focus in degrees on theology and philosophy.
Snow piled up alongside the streets here is waiting to be taken away by crews that usually start circulating after the roads have been cleared by the plows.
We got quite a bit out of this storm.
I wanted a shot of the texture of a snow pile. This suited me.
Continuing on, the Plant Bath is a community centre where Little Italy and Chinatown meet. A statue is out front commemorating the Vietnam boat people.
And this is a church in Little Italy, St. Hyacinth, a Roman Catholic parish that ministers to the Polish community.