Photo of the day: Sunrise on the Rideau Canal

by DaniGirl on September 26, 2017 · 0 comments

in Life in Ottawa, Photo of the Day

Sometimes, when you’re on your way to work and you see an amazing photograph in the making, ya just gotta stop the car and grab it.

Sunrise on the Rideau Canal

Like this sunrise over the Rideau Canal. In just a few days, the sun will be rising later, and a little bit more to the south. Today, though, it was nothing short of stunning.

Carpe diem, friends. Seize the day and celebrate beauty where you can.

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