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Parliament Hill – Ottawa, Canada by The-Spirit-Within

Parliament Hill -colloquially known as The Hill, is an area of Crown land on the southern banks of the Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa, Ontario. Its Gothic revival suite of buildings serves as the home of the Parliament of Canada and contains a number of architectural elements of national symbolic importance.

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The Chateau Laurier, at the Ottawa River by The-Spirit-Within

This is where the Rideau Canal meets the Ottawa River, along the side of the historic Chateau Laurier Hotel. Canada’s Parliament Buildings are just to the right at the top of that hill.

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“Looking down over the locks” – Chateau Laurier by tawatts

I took this shot last night while wandering around with a number of other photographers. Another of the active photographers, Roland posted in a local Facebook group about just a casual get together to wander around and take some shots.

It was fun to be wandering around in a small group chatting about photography, and of course very safe as well. I’m looking forward to another night of this in the coming weeks.

I like the way this shot turned out, but I am going to revisit to take it again. The dock that I have to stand on to take the scene is floating, so the image is not as sharp as I would like it to be. It looked good in camera, but I’m not completely happy with it.

Camera: Nikon D800E
Lens: Nikon AF-S 24mm prime Nikkor f/1.4G ED
Bracketed exposure shots: No
ND Filter Used: No
Exposure level used: +1EV, 2000 iso
Exposure Length: 25 seconds
Panoramic Shot: No
Camera Orientation: Landscape
Camera Mode: Manual, f/11
Post Processing: Lightroom 6
Date Captured: August 7, 2015
Location: Rideau Locks, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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Undulating shells by MRafiee

The Canadian Museum of History is one of Canada’s architectural and cultural jewels. The curvilinear postmodern architecture of Canadian Museum of History is designed by Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal. The curved walls of this marvel architecture echo the shape of a lapping tide.

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Undulating shells by MRafiee

The Canadian Museum of History is one of Canada’s architectural and cultural jewels. The curvilinear postmodern architecture of Canadian Museum of History is designed by Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal. The curved walls of this marvel architecture echo the shape of a lapping tide.

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