I mentioned yesterday how unsettled our summer has been. Certainly July and August saw a good amount of rain. This first shot, taken on Bank Street looking downtown one morning, had a dark sky, after a night of rain.
Wednesday, September 6, 2023
A Mix Of Sights In The City
This one, taken in Centretown one evening, had a similar sensibility.
One day in early August I was at Lansdowne Park and met this cat. It's a neighbourhood cat, one I've seen in the area a few blocks away.
More of these summer bush blooms, this one outside of Fourth Avenue Baptist Church in the Glebe.
This car was just up the street. I'm not one for sports cars, but I'll stop and photograph one like this.
A night shot. The stadium at Lansdowne looking from the west side over a dark playing surface.
I took this in Centretown. A home there has these metal flowers arranged around its porch.
More of those ominous skies. This is taken in Chinatown, with the Arch in the background.
August and September is the time of sunflowers in Ottawa. This one is outside Abbotsford House, a senior's community centre in the Glebe.
And I finish with two night shots, taken at Lansdowne Park, featuring the north stands of the stadium at left and the Aberdeen Pavilion at right, taken with my phone.
I switched settings to a night setting, and got this- including stars in the night sky.