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.
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.
A beautiful warm, sunny September day. No clouds, not a hint of rain.
Mamman, the spider outside the National Gallery, has an egg sack hanging under her belly. A close up from beneath reveals a sinister Spiderman image.
Gotta love art that keeps you looking.
Cassandra & Mike have just finished their part of a mural in Gatineau. It was done in collaboration with some other artists to grace the wall of a bus access ramp.
Here, our heroes await the local bus and wonder if it’s on time – or ever going to arrive.
A water reflection.
Cropped to isolate the face, NIKed, contrasted & sharpened to get the effect.
Interestingly, a close examination of the pixels gives it a look like an image of the stars.
Physics in action.
This driftwood looks like a dinosaur or dragon when viewed from the right angle. Maybe the late night Friday shenanigans help this impression. Had a bit of trouble replicating what I saw in the cold light of day.