This is part of the Museum of Civilization in the capital region of Canada – Ottawa – Hull.
Full Frontal Facades, March 2009
Friends of Bangor and North Down Camera Club, Northern Ireland, March 2009
Photography 101, April 2009
Alphabet Soup (Letter U), May 2009
Shapes & Patterns, July 2009
DSLR group, January 2010
Art in Math, October 2011
Shelters, October 2011
TOP TEN in NEW Facades/Full Frontal Facades, May 2009
TOP TEN in Alphabet Soup (Letter U), May 2009
TOP TEN in Shapes & Patterns, Curvaceous Patterns, July 2009
TOP TEN in Shapes & Patterns, Architectural Shapes in B&W, January 2010
Tamron 28-75 mm f/2.8
Initial design concept proposed by Douglas Cardinal. Birds-eye view: the building "flows with the contours of the land like a massive natural outcropping of stratified, native rock
Within this great continent, wherein lies this expansive and diverse nation, I could sense the feeling of time, the rhythm of time and the way nature had shaped and formed the land – that the formations had been carved by the elements and forces of nature, by wind, rain, the movement of water, the warmth of day, the coolness of night, the seasons. I felt that the building itself should express the evolution of the natural formations."