Ottawa Snapshots
Photographs from around Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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Bridges of Ottawa
Photographs of the various bridges in Ottawa, including those crossing the Rideau Canal, the Rideau River, or the Ottawa River.
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This photograph shows graffiti under the northern end of the Hon. G. Dunbar Bridge. This area is the location of one of Ottawa's legal graffiti walls, and it also hosts the House of PaintT jam.Graffiti Under the Northern End of the Hon. G. Dunbar Bridge
This photograph shows graffiti on the northern abutment of the Hon. G. Dunbar Bridge. This area is the location of one of Ottawa's legal graffiti walls, and it also hosts the House of PaintT jam.Graffiti on Northern Abutment the Hon. G. Dunbar Bridge
This photograph shows graffiti on one of the piers of the Hon. G. Dunbar Bridge. This area is the location of one of Ottawa's legal graffiti walls, and it also hosts the House of PaintT jam.Graffiti on a Pier at the Northern End of the Hon. G. Dunbar Bridge
This photograph shows the eastern side of the Honourable George Dunbar Bridge over the Rideau River, as viewed from Brewer Park. The Canada Post Headquarters building is visible in the background, above the bridge.Eastern Side of the Honourable George Dunbar Bridge from Brewer Park
This photograph shows the eastern side of the Honourable George Dunbar Bridge over the Rideau River, as viewed from a soccer field at Brewer Park. The Canada Post Headquarters building is visible in the background, above the bridge.Eastern Side of the Honourable George Dunbar Bridge from Brewer Park
This photograph shows the northeastern end of the Brewer Beach Pavilion at Brewer Park. The Honourable George Dunbar Bridge is visible along the left side of the photograph, with the Canada Post Headquarters Building visible just above it.Northeastern End of the Brewer Beach Pavilion
This photograph shows the southeast side of the Plaza Bridge on Canada Day 2008. Boats are visible on the Rideau Canal, over which the Plaza Bridge spans.Southeast Side of the Plaza Bridge on Canada Day 2008
This photograph, taken from the Mackenzie King Bridge on Canada Day in 2008, shows the National Arts Centre at the left, with the East Block of the Parliament Buildings visible in front of the Peace Tower and the Library of Parliament in the centre, and the Plaza Bridge over the Rideau Canal visible in the lower right corner. The Flag of the Governor General of Canada can be seen flying on the Peace Tower.NAC, Peace Tower, Library of Parliament, East Block, Rideau Canal and Plaza Bridge on Canada Day, 2008
This photo is looking at the northeastern side of the southeastern abutment of the George McIlraith Bridge, where it passes over Riverside Drive and the Rideau River Park.Northeastern Side of the Southeastern Abutment of the George McIlraith Bridge
This photograph is looking northwest along the northeastern side of the George McIlraith Bridge. The Rideau River is visible underneath the bridge.Looking Along the Northeastern Side of the George McIlraith Bridge
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