Oct 27, 2004 – a church on St. Patricks and Cumberland and the moon.
Oct 27, 2004 – a tree with lights on it in a courtyard in the Market along with the moon.
Oct 27, 2004 – the lights that were lighting up the basillica and some trees in Major’s Hill Park. Why? I have no idea.
Oct 27, 2004 – The Notre Dame Basilica and the moon before the start of the eclipse.
Breaking up the ice with explosives to prevent flooding is FUN to watch!
First snow of the 2003/2004 winter season.
Sunrise after leaving the Ottawa International Airport July 7, 2003.
May 15 and early May 16th, 2003 – These three pictures where taken with my 2.3MP Kodak digital camera, through a pair of binoculars.� On top of that it was somewhat cloudy that night. TESTING2!
I forget what time I took this picture, but its pretty neat.
The moon on Oct 20, 2005, taken with my F5.6 300mm lens and my Canon Digital Rebel.
December 1, 2004. First “real” snowfall of 2004/2005 winter.
November 8, 2004 – another hand-held shot from instide the car – the sky near Ottawa, as we headed home. The northern lights were spectacular! Unfortunately, the tripod I had with me was for the video camera, which (of course) doesn’t fit the camera.
November 8, 2004 – another hand-held shot – the aurora borealis put on a show!
November 8, 2004 – a hand-held shot with my digital rebel as we drove home from visiting family. The colours!
Oct 27, 2004 – the best shot of the moon I could get with my camera – handheld. I would have liked a tripod and a longer lense so I could get more detail. Next time!
Oct 27, 2004 – a shot of the moon, including leaves (still) on the maple tree in the front yard.
At the tail end of the lunar eclipse.