As I did with yesterday, it's my tradition to go to another overlook of the Ottawa River to capture the spot in different conditions. Twice a month I walk out to the Portage Bridge, which crosses the river from Ottawa into Gatineau. At a spot roughly where the provincial border weaves through the river, I take a shot looking downstream from the bridge. The landmarks captured here include the Alexandra Bridge, Nepean Point, National Gallery of Canada, Parliament Hill, and the Supreme Court at right. The river passes through a series of channels here coming downstream from the Chaudiere Falls, but this is the main channel. At right, the outcrop of Victoria Island divides another channel.
To start things off, I took this shot on a clear day in early October.