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Greyish November

Let’s face it, November isn’t the best season. It’s damp, cold and there is barely any light. The sunset is currently around 4:30 pm and each day when I finish work at 5:00 and step out of the building, I blink twice, expecting daylight instead of total darkness.

On Saturday, Gail headed to Ottawa and we meet downtown, two addicts with cameras in need of something to shoot. Between rain showers, we covered the Chateau Laurier, Notre-Dame Church and many places in between downtown. With the greyish weather, it was almost like shooting in black and white but I’m quite happy with the results.

We eventually ended up at Starbucks a few hours later to warm up. We put both our camera on the table and Gail’s two lenses. Customers around probably thought we were some kind of paparazzi, but never mind.

A Row of Benches
A Row of Benches
War Memorial
War Memorial
"Maman", The Big Spider
"Maman", The Big Spider
Four Drops of Water
Four Drops of Water
Interprovincial Bridge Structure (and Samuel Champlain)
Interprovincial Bridge Structure (and Samuel Champlain)
Bridge to Québec
Bridge to Québec
Notre Dame Church
Notre Dame Church
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
The Bridges
The Bridges
Parliament Hill (from Québec)
Parliament Hill (from Québec)
Samuel de Champlain
Samuel de Champlain
Warm At Starbucks (Gail, Trying my Lense)
Warm At Starbucks (Gail, Trying my Lense)

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