Attaching the electrodes of knowledge to the nipples of ignorance.
Christmas lights in Ottawa
This house has music as well as lights!
Look! Its us, with a few lights in the background.
Notre Dame Basillica, Majors Hill Park, and the US embassy.
Lights at the National War Memorial, and at the NAC.
Lights and our flag.
The Unknown Soldier bathed in the holiday lights.
Elgin Street’s lights.
The Royal York and its lights.
Lights in Confederation Park.
Window decorations at Zaks in the Market.
Ottawa City hall and the coloured lights there.
The lights at the corner of Rideau Street and William Street.
Lights in the Market.
Cars and Christmas lights.
The sidewalk along Majors Hill park.
Lights near the National War Memorial.
Parliament Hill all lit up.
A Japanese family taking pictures near some provincial Christmas trees.
A family from the UK taking pictures around the Centennial Flame, which was originaly lit by Lester B. Pearson at one second past midnight on January 1, 1967 to start the celebrations of Canada’s 100th year.