Photo of the day: More Peace Tower!

by DaniGirl on October 4, 2014 · 1 comment

in Life in Ottawa, Photo of the Day

Can you tell I’ve been hauling my camera around with me at lunch time this week? This season is so brief, and the mild weather has been such a gift, that I can’t help but take as many pretty autumn photos as I can.

Like this one!

Ottawa Parliament Buildings in Autumn

I loved how the colourful maples perfectly frame the Peace Tower and how the leaves on the ground give you a little something extra to look at in the foreground. (But I did have to clone out a big ugly crane to the left of the Tower with Photoshop!)

What’s your favourite place in Ottawa to admire the colours of autumn?


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