Ottawa Snapshots
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Miscellaneous Photographs
These are photographs of miscellaneous objects, places, things, etc.
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This is a pine cone sitting on the surface of Lebreton St. S., near its intersection with Carling Avenue.Pine Cone on Lebreton St. S.
This is a vent cover on the side of the building at the corner of Lebreton St. S. and Carling Avenue.Vent on the Building at the Corner of Lebreton St. S. and Carling Avenue.
This road sign, located near the intersection of  Lebreton Street South and Carling Avenue, indicates that parking is prohibited to the right of the sign, but is permitted for one hour between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM to the left.One Hour Parking Permitted to the Left, No Parking Permitted to the Right
This photograph shows a manhole cover, found in a road. The word 'DANGER' is visible in the centre of the cover.Manhole Cover in the Road
This photograph shows two signs. The one on the left has the text 'Sprinkler & Standpipe connections', while the sign on the right states 'Sprinkler'.'Sprinkler & Standpip connections' and 'Sprinkler' Signs
This traffic light, found at a pedestrian crosswalk, indicates that it is not safe to cross.'Do Not Cross' Pedestrian Crosswalk Traffic Light
This blue sign reads in French, "Permis seulement". The English translation is "Permits Only". At the left side of the sign, there is an exclamation mark in a yellow triangle, and to the right of that the letter 'Q' inside a white circle.Blue 'Permis seulement', 'Permits Only' Sign
This photograph shows a green maple leaf lying in the grass at Commissioners Park.Green Maple Leaf on the Grass at Commissioners Park
This mooring bollard is found along the edge of the docks at the north end of Dow's Lake. Attached to it is a mooring chain, used to hold the floating dock on the left to the permanent dock along the shore.Bollard and Mooring Chain at the Docks at the North End of Dow's Lake
This mooring bollard is found along the edge of the docks at the north end of Dow's Lake. Attached to it is a mooring chain.Bollard and Mooring Chain at the Docks at the North End of Dow's Lake
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