Canadian Museum of Civilization, soon to be transformed into the Museum of History.
This image depicts a laundromat operated by a Chinese worker.
For those who have never been there, the second image is the grand hall as seen on entering the museum.
Detail from the towers at Plasco.
Plasco is a waste conversion facility utilizing its proprietary technology to convert Ottawa’s post-recycled waste into electricity, an inert slag that can be used as a construction material and recovered clean water suitable for surface discharge.
Missed last week’s Photojournalism class due to high spirits and good food at the wedding.
The assignment dealt with capturing differences in shooting daylight versus night-light.
Standing at the feet of Samuel Champlain at Nepean Point, looking across the mighty Ottawa, to the government buildings next to the Museum of Civilization (or whatever it is in its reincarnation).
The WWII pilots who flew as part of Bomber Command had a high mortality rate – 1 in 4 survived.
Karl and James, board members of Halifax 57 Rescue Canada (H57RC), have worked for several years to help bring their forgotten story to the public attention. Today, a copy of a remembrance wall was presented to Canada’s Aviation and Space Museum with some Bomber Command vets in attendance. The original is in Nanton, AB.
This is an art piece at city hall – a distorted door, etc.
On suggestion of Mark, a fellow clubber, & remembering Freeman Patterson’s penchant for it, I set a long exposure and twirled the camera. Not enough exposure, so I added a flash at the end to brighten things up.
On tour in Nashville. This reproduction of the Parthenon is a great attraction.
Built for the 1897 fair of plaster, wood & brick, it was replaced by concrete between 1925 & 1931,
and is a full scale replica of the Athenian original.