How To Play Tourist In Ottawa And Find More Than The Colour Brown

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It’s not hard being a tourist in Ottawa… unless you’re a student of 1970’s architecture or have a fetish with the colour brown there’s really only a few blocks you Have to see in Ottawa. This is the National War Memorial on the left, and the Chateau Laurier on the right.

Technical Stuff: This is with the pocket Digital and I’m on my knees… I generally have a satchel I carry with my notebook and mini-tripod in it, it also makes a great kneepad. If this was a Disney park there’d be a sign saying “Photo Opportunity Here”. Check out the lines in this photo… that’s on purpose. Her bag being chopped off… not so much.

I’ve seen Ottawa. For almost ten years I lived in Ottawa. So I was more interested in getting a shot of my sister than Ottawa… it still works as a tourism shot, but I definitely made her the focus. Everybody should play Tourist in their region… see a show, check out the sights, score some blow, have a nice dinner, stab a local, wear socks with your sandals and shout out things like “you were right, they’re almost like us.”

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About Gabriel

I’ve lived in fifty-two places. I've been paid to pick stones out of fields, take backstage photos of Britney Spears, and report on Internet privacy issues. My photos have been published in several newspapers, and a couple of magazines.
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