Parliament of Canada (Ottawa)

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    invisible Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Ottawa is a city with an amazing architecture, where the old meets the new with glorious results. The Parliament is probably one of its most remarkable buildings. Unfortunately, tripods are not allowed inside, on top of which only so many areas are open to the public.

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    No? Too touristy?
     
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    I really like that third shot!! So many interesting lines and curves. And the second photo is lovely too (wonderful detail of the gargoyles and turrets, and that beautiful blue sky)
     
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    Thanks for your comments, Antarctican. Not sure whether you've been to this place or not, but those ceilings are otherworldly. There's no way to do justice to them with a camera, let alone with a lens like mine (18mm at its widest).
     
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    nice shots. I used to live there, and missed out on the opportunity to photograph downtown!
     

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