I came across a few photos from my time in Ottawa last Thanksgiving and was reminded that I never shared these. My dear friend Moose (obviously that’s not her real time, who would name their child Moose…but then again, if Apple….) let me stay at her place and took the part of friendly Tour Guide. We spent an entire day touring Parliament Hill, eating Beaver Tails in true Canadian fashion, shopping at the local markets, and viewing exhibits at the National Art Gallery. She showed me Ottawa University and we walked around downtown. I soaked up the street musician’s rendition of Jason Mraz and the sweet smell from the corner bakery. The place bubbled with culture and I enjoyed every second of it.
constantly searching for memories in far away places.
Living this far up north when the temperature ends up above 0C it’s time for the spring clothes pretty much. Though there’s still tons of snow outside. Probably won’t be gone until June but the roads are clear so that’s good.
i can’t believe there’s still snow outside for you, hope it’s warming up soon enough though!
These are epic pictures.
Amazing work 🙂
these are stunning! mentioning jason mraz really sets the scene, i feel all summery now 🙂 x
thanks Gabby! I wish my days would warm up faster so I can hit the beach soon!
I love your photographs! I love doing photography also but would like to get more involved in what’s out there in terms of oppurtunities, rather than just seeing my photos sat on my laptop.
How did you manage to be taking shoots for magazines? Did you enter any competitions or send your protfolio to them?
Any advice aprecciated
When I began working with signed models, MUAs, hair stylists, and designers, my photos took the editorial route. I didn’t enter any competitions, although some ppl do get noticed that way. Most ppl submit their work to magazines. Good luck with your venture & I’d love to see how things work out for you.
Fantastic photos. I am never been there. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks! Ottawa & Quebec are beautiful places.
Beautiful places, great pics!
thank you =)
the second picture in this series – the statue – is epic. its so clean – something about it actually took my breath a little when I saw it. great shot!
thanks! That’s the Library of Parliament in Ottawa. =)
What did you use for these? Some of them look almost Kodak vintage circa 1974! Awesome. I love your eye for the framing and such.
just my Nikon Dennis!
Nice photos, love Ottawa.
Great photos! I have not been to Ottawa for many years, but I am thinking of go there next month for the tulips festival.
Thanks for commenting on my photo.
Thanks for dropping by Frank!
Beautiful photos. I love all the different coloured leaves and trees.
thanks for the comment/compliment! I was just taking a look around at your page and stumbled onto these. these are awesome pictures!
thanks Matt =)
some of them are quite good!
I like the last one the best. The last 2 photographs were taken at Gatineau Park in Hull Quebec.
Always wanted to visit that part of Canada. Your photos reminded me why. Thanks.
hope you get to one day!
I love these! The second to last picture is beautiful!
thank you Jamie =)