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Northern Lights and Ice Roads. Welcome to Yellowknife.

In City & Building, Cityscape by Dale Sinclair

Sometime known as the land of the midnight sun, as with most destinations north of 60; Yellowknife is an amazing place of opportunity for those that live there and a never ending spectacle for those that visit. The Bite of Winter by Team Alaska. March 2017. Photo by Dale Sinclair The Bite of Winter by Team Alaska. March 2017. Photo …

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Ottawa Night Skyline

In City & Building, Ottawa by Dale Sinclair

While out exploring different locations for some cityscape shots of Ottawa I discovered the Champlain Bridge. The skyline a bit far in the distance, but I thought it was one of the better locations to capture the city as well as the Ottawa river both during the day and at at night. The bridge itself connects with the Ottawa Parkway …

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Canadian Museum of Nature

In City & Building, Ottawa by Dale Sinclair

Canadian Museum of Nature in downtown Ottawa. Officially named the Victoria Memorial Museum Building. Aside from being a world class museum from its inception (circa 1910), this structure has been used as a parliamentary emergency headquarters and where Sir Wilfred Laurier’s body has lain in state. In addition to the museum itself, there is the Natural Heritage Campus located in …

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Mooney’s Bay

In City & Building, Ottawa by Dale Sinclair

Mooney’s Bay is known for its beach and summer time Volleyball tournaments. Here is a picture not of the beach, but an October morning view across the bay. To the right of the buildings, if you squint hard, you can see a car crossing the swing bridge where the boats enter Hog’s Back lockstation. This is a great place to …

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Centre Block from Victoria Island

In City & Building, Ottawa by Dale Sinclair

Downtown Ottawa is ramping up for Canada’s 150th birthday next year. There hasn’t been in a day in the last several months where I haven’t seen construction cranes and scaffolding littering the city’s core. This shot is taken from one of the many scenic locations along the Ottawa River and only minutes away from downtown and the Centre Block on …

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The Peace tower

In City & Building by Dale Sinclair

Peace Tower, located in the Centre Block of Canada’s national parliamentary buildings, is just one of those must see itinerary stops when exploring Ottawa for the first time. It can easily be approached on foot, day or night and visitors can even ascend the tower by joining one of the many FREE parliamentary tours that run daily. Tours for the …