One of the three Minto Bridges in Ottawa that spans the Rideau
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- Grand bridges
- flying clouds
- B is for BOUNTY
- Minto Bridge
- stealing light
- sunshine on a cloudy day
- A is for airplane
- floating upwards, the beginning
- a river reflected in glass
- swim at dawn
- red canoe
- Lift up
- sit quietly...
- come sail away...
- Lock #1
- expect delays
- waking up
- one lake; two shores
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when i was a kid, i was always amazed to see this kind of bridges. beautiful photo.:p
Very nice capture with the reflection!
Wow! Terrific shot.
Lovely shot! ~karen
tres jolie photo !
Looks like one for the train. Who is your Minto? The New Zealand Minto is a civil rights man.
That is a gorgeous bridge! And your angle is just perfect. Happy sunday :D
Nice capture. I like that the bridge is white.
oooh lovely double arch, it looks almost curvy.
I now have to wonder why the river is called the curtain!
Pretty angle shot!Love the circular arch and reflection!
It's a beautiiful one!
What a fine image and contribution to Sunday Bridges. The reflection really makes this photo. Superb composition.
In case anyone else is wondering...
* the Minto this bridge is named after was The 4th Earl of Minto who was the eighth Governor General of Canada
* Rideau Canal was so named by Samuel de Champlain in 1613 after the effect of the twin falls where it meets up with the Ottawa River
lovely reflection. have a great week
I´d like to visit your city!
Great composition here. I love the way the reflection completes the visual loop.
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