Behind the National Gallery is this thing – One Hundred Foot Line (2008). (The sky is a bit manipulated.)
Didn’t come down in the wind storm, so I guess it’s anchored properly.
Day 356 of 365
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.
Stopped at Remic Rapids in the Ottawa river on the way to the season opener for the camera club. These stone sculptures, originally done every year by John Félice Ceprano (since deceased), are replaced every year by local folks looking to replicate (& honor) his work. Light painting on the front rocks. The foggy night adds to the ambiance.