Parliament Hill, Ottawa

Campaign bus at eternal flame.

After acceding to the campaign crew’s wishes to visit Parliament Hill one last time – thereby baffling numerous cheery Chinese tourists who nevertheless grabbed the opportunity to get photos with the crew – I went on an impromptu photo shoot. As the fog lifted, my best shot was this delightfully distorted reflection of the West Block in an office building across the street.

West Block reflection in office building across the street.


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10 Responses to Parliament Hill, Ottawa

  1. Marion says:

    I love the reflection; it reminds me somewhat of Bizarro world (Superman comics) but I think the colours are what really appeal to me. Also, I hesitate to point it out but I believe a typo gremlin has been at work: your first sentence should probably read “one last time”.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Marion – Thanks – for both! Never hesitate to point out a typ0… 🙂 Goodness knows I don’t want them.

  2. Tom Watson says:

    Wow, Isabel. What an incredible reflection!

  3. Laurna Tallman says:

    “The Persistence of Political Memory”?

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Laurna – I wonder how many reflections I could find of Parliament Hill if I went looking. I did find one a few blocks straight south in a narrow mirrored tile angled just right.

      • Laurna Tallman says:

        Reflections of/on the Parliament buildings can be one section in your show. Your photos are that good, you know.

        • Isabel Gibson says:

          Laurna – You’re very kind. I see the work of other photographers (good amateurs, semi-professionals, and professionals) and consider it well beyond my efforts. On the other hand, I love doing it, and that’s enough.

  4. Barry Jewell says:

    the warped result looks Gaudi

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